Covering educators, instructors, creators, and lifelong learners, the mission of our Tech In EdTech podcast is to improve the dialogue between education and technology, through storytelling, information flow, updates, and intel for better innovation and impact.
Assessments for Personalized Instruction and Learning
In conversation with Paul Grudnitski, CEO of Amp Up IO as he shares what the future of assessments holds, and how assessments are being refined for personalized instruction and learning at scale.
The Future of Education Procurement
Delve into what makes edtech procurement so complex for most buyers of learning products. Siya Raj Purohit, Amazon Web Services Marketplace, speaks to Dipesh about a simpler solution to addressing these, in our 20th episode.
Enabling Lifelong Learning Through Technology
Don’t miss this episode with Matthew Tower as he elaborates on what the current gaps in workforce learning are right now, and how to plug these using technology.
What you will learn:
The emerging role of technology in lifelong learning
The downside of micro-credentialing for reskilling and upskilling
What's missing in today’s technology for workforce learning and how we can fill the gaps.
Tech That Powers Scalable Adult Learning
We speak to Andrew Roberts, Chief Operating Officer, Barbara Bush Foundation about how scaling adult programming through technology can be a game-changer for the economy and help tackle social problems.
Promoting the Intersectionality of Accessibility With Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
In this GAAD special podcast, we invite Shell Little, and Magic EdTech's Eric Stano and Erin Evans to talk about where accessibility meets DE&I in the scope of education and learning. What are the ways in which organizations can come together to truly enable "Digital Learning for Everyone"? It also touches upon the little things that each of us as individuals can do starting today to ensure that we're promoting accessibility and DE&I in our day-to-day routines.
How to Drive Successful Early Learning
Matt Bateman, Vice President of Pedagogy, Higher Ground Education, speaks to Dipesh about the psychology that drives early learning and what ultimately motivates a student to learn. They delve into ways to better utilize screen times and how to structure content so that it appeals to young minds.