55 min

Voice in Education The Future is Spoken

    • Technology

Hello and welcome to the 'Future is Spoken' produced by the digital assistant Academy. In Today's episode, Shyamala Prayaga speaks with Julie Daniel Davis about the Voice First Usecases for FinTecin Education.
A former accountant turned educator, Julie Daniel Davis enjoys thinking about innovative ways to enhance education and then making them happen. 15 years in the k12 setting, with the last role being Director of Instructional Technology and Innovation, led to being an educational consultant, advocate for voice technology use in education, and an adjunct Edtech professor at UT Chattanooga. Julie is striving to meet the individual needs of student and teacher and take them forward in their growth as lifelong learners in the use of Edtech. Somewhat of a futurist, she is never content with the now and is constantly striving to better the world she lives in. She is seen as a passionate person with the skills to help others catch the joy- whatever that joy might be. She is an instructional technology professional development leader/speaker, author, Amazon Alexa Champion, and Bixby Premier Developer. She believes voice technology can enhance education in mighty ways. She helps educators use technology resources to enhance critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration- all skills required for students to become influencers of their world. In 2020 Julie became a CoSN Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL). Julie is the founder and host of the Voice in Education podcast that was a finalist in the 2020 Project Voice Awards. Julie has been on the planning/steering committee for EdCamp GigCity since 2015. She has served in the past as co-moderator of Twitter Chat #TnEdChat where educators from Tennessee and beyond talk about educational technology issues. She is recognized as a leader in the Canvas LMS community, where she serves as a course facilitator for the Canvas Certified Educator program. EdTech Magazine named Julie as having one of the top K-12 I.T. Blogs for 2015. She was recognized in 2021 by Amazon Alexa in their “Women in Voice” series.


Tune in now!
Conversation Highlights:
[00:06:51] Usecases for Voice in Education 
[00:11:05] How to solve discoverability issues for parents? 
[00:15:36] How Schools can adapt to Voice?
[00:21:09] Teaching Kids Digital Citizenship with Voice Technology 
[00:25:55] Will technical issues like limited language and accents understanding create problems with kids and their confidence?
[00:30:49] How to solve equity issues with Voice, especially in the classroom?[00:02:33] Julie's Voice in Education Podcast 


Learn more about Julie
https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliedavisedu/ 
https://www.juliedavisedu.com/podcast 
https://twitter.com/voiceedu1 
If you enjoyed this episode of The Future is Spoken Podcast, then make sure to subscribe to our podcast.
Follow Shyamala Prayaga at @sprayaga

Hello and welcome to the 'Future is Spoken' produced by the digital assistant Academy. In Today's episode, Shyamala Prayaga speaks with Julie Daniel Davis about the Voice First Usecases for FinTecin Education.
A former accountant turned educator, Julie Daniel Davis enjoys thinking about innovative ways to enhance education and then making them happen. 15 years in the k12 setting, with the last role being Director of Instructional Technology and Innovation, led to being an educational consultant, advocate for voice technology use in education, and an adjunct Edtech professor at UT Chattanooga. Julie is striving to meet the individual needs of student and teacher and take them forward in their growth as lifelong learners in the use of Edtech. Somewhat of a futurist, she is never content with the now and is constantly striving to better the world she lives in. She is seen as a passionate person with the skills to help others catch the joy- whatever that joy might be. She is an instructional technology professional development leader/speaker, author, Amazon Alexa Champion, and Bixby Premier Developer. She believes voice technology can enhance education in mighty ways. She helps educators use technology resources to enhance critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration- all skills required for students to become influencers of their world. In 2020 Julie became a CoSN Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL). Julie is the founder and host of the Voice in Education podcast that was a finalist in the 2020 Project Voice Awards. Julie has been on the planning/steering committee for EdCamp GigCity since 2015. She has served in the past as co-moderator of Twitter Chat #TnEdChat where educators from Tennessee and beyond talk about educational technology issues. She is recognized as a leader in the Canvas LMS community, where she serves as a course facilitator for the Canvas Certified Educator program. EdTech Magazine named Julie as having one of the top K-12 I.T. Blogs for 2015. She was recognized in 2021 by Amazon Alexa in their “Women in Voice” series.


Tune in now!
Conversation Highlights:
[00:06:51] Usecases for Voice in Education 
[00:11:05] How to solve discoverability issues for parents? 
[00:15:36] How Schools can adapt to Voice?
[00:21:09] Teaching Kids Digital Citizenship with Voice Technology 
[00:25:55] Will technical issues like limited language and accents understanding create problems with kids and their confidence?
[00:30:49] How to solve equity issues with Voice, especially in the classroom?[00:02:33] Julie's Voice in Education Podcast 


Learn more about Julie
https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliedavisedu/ 
https://www.juliedavisedu.com/podcast 
https://twitter.com/voiceedu1 
If you enjoyed this episode of The Future is Spoken Podcast, then make sure to subscribe to our podcast.
Follow Shyamala Prayaga at @sprayaga

55 min

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