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EdTech NOW covers real world uses of education tech in the K-12 classroom. The podcast is designed to be teacher-friendly and useful to school administrators who are deciding on the technology to use in their classrooms and schools. We also look toward the future, examining how tech is changing education and education careers. The podcast is sponsored by Stackup. (http://stackup.net) Get credit for what you read online. Build your personal learning profile and discover your interests, automa ...
 
- Are your middle or high schoolers zoning out during online learning? - Have you tried a bagful of tricks to engage them yet still haven't nailed online teaching? - Do you feel you invest more and more time in planning without seeing the results you seek? It's not you. This is hard! Welcome to The EdTechEnergy podcast. I, your host, Melanie Wiscount, am obsessed with getting all things EdTech, moving and grooving for teachers, by helping you with what keeps you up at night, stresses you out ...
 
Red Cup Agency produces podcasts, develops ebooks, and publishes articles. We distribute everything we create. Our podcasts include Cult/Tech and the upcoming Future of Food. We have produced the TechSmart podcast, the Be Global podcast, EdTech NOW, Storytime Friday, and the Smidge Wines podcast. Join our mailing list and never miss a new podcast: http://join.redcupagency.com
 
EduTechGuys is a high-intensity rollercoaster ride of super fun which takes mortal form in the two distinct entities which are David Henderson and Jeff Madlock. Crafted in the fires of Mt. Wannahockaluggie, these two self-proclaimed high priests of edtech first started navigating the world of educational technology on the web through a podcast, over a ravine in a rainstorm in 2015 (Sharkbait, ooh ha ha). Since then the two have traveled the nation bringing their joy for silly puns and more i ...
 
Hosted by Jenny Anderson, the Learnit podcast showcases global learning leaders re-imagining what students need to know, how they will learn it and the technology they are using to get there. We look at school leaders, tech entrepreneurs, and learning engineers who are closing equity gaps, accelerating academic learning and instilling in every learner the drive and skills to learn and thrive. Jenny is a former financial journalist who loves to tell a story, interrogate the numbers and uncove ...
 
CNUSDEdChat is a podcast for educators and families covering all things k-12 education. Co Hosts, Ivy Ewell-Eldridge, Annemarie Cortez, Kim Kemmer, Jenny Cordura, and Kate Jackson, chat with experts and practitioners on topics including literacy instruction, cultural proficiency, Common Core Math, NGSS, Edtech, and more. With so many changes occurring in 21st century education and learning, what should teachers and families try tomorrow…try this week… and try this month? follow us on Faceboo ...
 
At Pathstream, our mission is to prepare students of all ages for high demand, digital skills careers. And in this bimonthly podcast, we talk to real world professionals who are working in those high demand jobs right now to learn about how they got started. We also talk to students who have successfully gone through our programs, we learn more about the humans behind Pathstream, and we chat with other leaders in online learning and the future of work to see where this industry is headed.
 
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Bento Bureau Podcast

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Bento Bureau is a podcast about Japan from an international perspective, focusing on various topics about Japanese society through our interviews with experts, authors, activists, or just normal individuals who have stories to share about Japan.
 
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Kelly Scanlon & C-Suite Radio

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Get the inside scoop on how America’s most successful entrepreneurs are transforming their industries. On each episode of Talking Business Now, you'll meet one of your fellow business owners, founders or entrepreneurs who's "been there done that." Along with host Kelly Scanlon, guests delve into a specific challenge they've dealt with, their strategies for handling it and how it changed their company. You'll be inspired by each guest's entrepreneurial journey—and, through their experiences a ...
 
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Jaimy Szymanski & Jessica Groopman

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Hype Hazard is your source for exposing the tech behind the hype. Tech analysts Jessica Groopman and Jaimy Szymanski cut through the noise, exploring the flashiest tech du jour to expose what's really at stake. Each episode focuses on an emerging tech company and its market implications to help you, discerning innovator, decide whether you and your organization should pay attention, or avoid the froth! At the end, we rate each company: Is it... Trash, Flash, Cash, or Splash. Tune in now!
 
The Google Educast is has been a foundational podcast for educational media since 2010. Originally published through the EdReach Network, the Google Educast has consistently been a Top 10 podcast for the EdTech/ K12 category, and continues to be a flagship resource for educators around the world. Hosted by an international cast of educators, including Kevin Brookhouser, Fred Delventhal, Kim Zimmer, Sean Williams, Chris Betcher, Juan DeLuca, Megan Ellis and more, these fine educators continue ...
 
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On today’s show, the guys welcome Stacy Dohogne Lane with the Youth Coding League. The Youth Coding League is an after-school program for middle school students and junior high school students using Google's CS First curriculum and the Scratch programming language. Up next…On the Edutechguys Music: https://www.purple-planet.com…
 
As former acting education minister of Afghanistan, Rangina Hamidi committed to reforming teacher training, modernizing the massive education department, and implementing a national education policy. We discuss her decision to flee Afghanistan after the Taliban’s takeover, and how to effect change from outside the system, when she had so clearly de…
 
We can, in our classroom, make this a customary practice and develop a conscientiousness in our students about copyright, intellectual property, and checking licenses of media to make sure we can use them in our instruction, student learning, and their assessment. Teaching Copyright, Fair Use, Creative Commons, and Public Domain in the 21st century…
 
As former head of Wuhan Yangtze International School, Erika Carlson now heads up iSC Academy, an all online school, primarily for Chinese nationals abroad, which has since attracted many Chinese families too. Erika and I talk about how to better integrate digital learning, how to achieve community and relationships online, and what's driving the mo…
 
After 18 months of pandemic-driven trauma, many of our students, are simply not okay. The social-emotional implications are often greater among black and brown students for myriad reasons. But the way we respond to these kids in our classrooms this term could make a profound difference in the trajectory of their lives. Listen in to hear what many o…
 
Kim and Kate chat with Dr. Joelle Hood, Janeen Antonelli, and Jessica Fuller, creators of ThrivingYOUniversity, about the impact of trauma on students and adults. Joelle, Janeen, and Jessie share common misconceptions about trauma and address the importance of wellbeing and resilience. These fascinating and knowledgeable educators offer timely info…
 
At the beginning of the year, it never fails. The first question teachers ask me or email me is how to get around the school district’s content filter to access YouTube instructional videos for instruction and student learning. Check out: 10 reasons why using YouTube content in the classroom is a winning instructional strategy Many YouTube statisti…
 
As founder of GoStudent, a 1:1 video tutoring platform operating in 17 countries, Felix Ohswald believes the biggest problem in education is a lack of access to great teachers. Having raised €291M, the platform connects 7000 tutors to 18,000 students. We discuss whether online 121 tutoring is more effective than in-person, whether tutoring can redu…
 
Join us for a discussion on how pandemic-driven changes in our teaching practices shifted our mindset and how changes in our mindset may transform our instructional practices for the near future and beyond. Follow on Twitter: @Teachers_Lead @a_rebora @ascd @ILascd @MASCD @iowaASCD @TXASCD @ASCDConf @scASCD @bamradionetwork @jonharper70bd Jill Harri…
 
As Co-founder and Co-CEO of MeeToo, Suzi Godson has built an app that allows young adults aged 11 to 25 to anonymously seek and offer advice from peers in their age range. With real life moderators making sure the advice is sound and signposted, 50k students now use MeeToo and they’ve recently launched a mirror version, for teachers. We discuss wha…
 
As Principal of rural comprehensive Ansford Academy, Shonogh Pilgrim spent the last 7 years designing for and around student agency. We discuss how the pandemic accelerated the move toward giving students independence, why every school should have a flexi schooling option and an entirely different approach to student exclusion. This episode is spon…
 
Ganesh Shankar is back! He came on the show in October 2017 (EP68) & he is celebrating 10 years as an entrepreneur! Ganesh is the co-founder & CEO of FluxGen FluxGen is on a mission to help industries become water positive, and aims to help save 1 billion litres of water everyday using his product AquaGen, a smart real-time water flow and level mon…
 
On today’s show, the guys discuss the importance of truly listening. To yourself, your students, their parents, the community, and the world. It’s not all going to be rainbows and unicorns, but it will help you prepare students to be listeners and more involved learners. There’s also a Google Tip of the week, and so much more!…
 
In this episode of the Pathstream Podcast, Henger Ydrogo — a recent graduate of the Tableau Data Analytics Certificate program — talks about his experience as a Pathstream student. Henger also explains what it's like to successfully navigate a career transition, and the type of mindset he cultivated in order to be successful.…
 
Nivedha is back on the show! I spoke to her back in December 2017 (Ep 72). She is the Co-founder of TrashCon. They have created a machine that helps solve India's huge waste management problem by converting mixed waste into Biodegradable and Non-Biodegradable Waste. They started with one tiny machine doing 100kg/day to now doing 200,000 kgs/day! La…
 
In this episode of the Pathstream Podcast, Itai Joseph talks about the challenges and rewards of starting a business. Itai is the founder of Fondu, a digital creative agency focused on brand storytelling through high end video content work. He is also a Pathstream alumni, and recently completed the Facebook Digital Marketing Certificate.…
 
On today’s show, the guys discuss “Where do we go now?” No, it’s not a multifaceted discussion on Guns and Roses, “Sweet Child O’Mine” and its direct relationship to math test scores, that’s for another show. In this episode, we start chipping away at the why. Before any great quest, we have to decide on our ultimate destination! There’s also a Goo…
 
Omega Schools is a network of 35 low cost, pay as you go, private schools in Ghana, serving 8,500 students. Joining as interim CEO in 2014, Alain Tanefo was brought in to turn around the business. Last year, Rising Academies bought Omega. We discuss the challenges with the low fee private school model, ways they stay committed to the most marginali…
 
Steve Wiideman, founder of Wiideman Consulting Group joins Talking Business Now host Kelly Scanlon to share his entrepreneurial journey discuss the latest trends in digital marketing, include voice search, SEO, SEM and inbound marketing. Prior to launching his own firm, Wiideman's career highlight was working at Disney, where his manager challenged…
 
Manik Suri, founder of climatetech company Therma, joins Talking Business Now host Kelly Scanlon to discuss the ways companies of all sizes can adopt tools and processes that are better for our planet—and help create efficiencies that lead to more sustainable enterprises. Therma is a smart cold-chain technology startup that builds safety and sustai…
 
At 3:30pm every day, thousands of teachers answer three multiple choice questions via the Teacher Tapp app, about their day or their opinions on teaching. Teacher Tapp then analyses and shares the resulting real time data from frontline education workers. Co-founder Laura McInerney shares their reasons for starting the app, what she’s learned from …
 
On both my blog and podcast, I write and speak about student engagement in the classroom. The reason why I put so much emphasis into student engagement? I have found, in my eighteen years in the classroom either as a middle school or high school educator, or an educational technology instructional coach the past five years, if students are engaged …
 
In this episode of the Pathstream Podcast, Johnson Fung — the VP of Design and Product Innovation at Pathstream — talks about his philosophy of education, and his personal journey to EdTech. Johnson also explains why it’s important to empower a learner to become the protagonist of their educational journey, and he shares what it looks like to put e…
 
In my recent blog posts, I talked a lot about what engages our students in our classrooms. You learned that community, technology, instructor presence, and more are real game-changers when it comes to engaging our students from the start of our lessons to the end. But in this episode, I’m going to talk about what prevents student engagement from ha…
 
The Circulus Institute offers the first competency based, adult social and emotional learning certification; a set of courses and coaching built around teacher well being. As CEO and Co-founder, Ellen Mahoney’s work supports teachers in order to better support children. We discuss the motivations behind their work, navigating resistance and the imp…
 
What better hub of tech hype and hazards than the Smart Home?! For our Season 1 Finale, we take you on a tour exploring gadgets galore in this flash round of four devices. Are Smart Home devices just "assisted living for millennials," or real innovations toward improving quality of life and longevity? Come in, and stay a while, as we go room to roo…
 
Logistics is the hottest industry to be in right now , according to my guest Mudasar Mohamed, Co-Founder & COO of Ezyhaul. Ezyhaul is a logistics tech startup based in India and South East Asia. They are on a mission to transform transportation logistics by building an ecosystem around shippers, truckers, government agencies, and third party servic…
 
Whether you are a teacher who uses a lot of technology in the classroom, or one who uses a small amount of technology in the classroom, I believe we can all agree, technology in our classrooms is here to stay, especially since the situation we all found ourselves in March 2020 when everything we did in our classroom had to turn digital to reach our…
 
Japan is often portrayed as a quirky, weird and even oddly exotic country in foreign media even though, it is not! But why is that? What does that actually imply for and of the Japanese society? That is what we are discussing with Christopher Hayes in this episode of our new season 5 that focuses on identity. Christopher Hayes received his Ph.D. fr…
 
In this episode of the Pathstream Podcast, we interview one of our all-star graduates, Angela Mason. Angela talks about her experience as a Pathstream student, she goes into depth about how she was able to successfully navigate the job search after graduation, and she offers some advice to other people who are currently looking for new roles.…
 
If everything is going digital why not theatre? Today I speak to Shreyas Talpade, actor , director , producer and now he is entering the exciting world of entrepreneurship building India's first ever streaming platform dedicated to Theatre and Performing Arts called Nine Rasa. This platform gives you access to several hours of plays, skits, story-t…
 
As teachers, we participate in many professional development sessions about instruction, student learning, and assessment. In our college courses, we learned about instructional strategies, assessment approaches, and classroom management. I believe it is safe to say, that professional development around the topic of instructor presence may be small…
 
Josh Christopherson, founder of iCUE Technology and Achieve Today, joins Talking Business Now host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how integrating people with cloud-based technology invites and enables employees to learn in a new way. Tune in to find out: How Christopherson's efforts to improve outreach to Achieve Today clients resulted in a technology so…
 
In this episode, we explore Rivian and the highly charged electric vehicle market. Are we in the fast lane toward zero-emissions driving, or stuck in a perpetual jam of consumer, commercial, technological, and political blockades? Buckle up as we plug in ... What is Rivian and just how much of this $5 TRILLION market can it steal from incumbent OEM…
 
Making it easier and cheaper for e-rickshaw drivers to earn a livelihood. Today my guest is Varun Goenka, CEO & Co-Founder of ChargeUp. Charge-up offers the simple solution of Battery as a Service (BAAS) to a growing community of 2.4 million E-Rickshaws. The company enables the e-rickshaw drivers to join the service without any upfront costs. By su…
 
In my 18 years in education as both a computer science teacher and educational technology instructional coach, I’ve seen patterns of powerful influencers that have a tremendous positive impact on encouraging classroom student engagement. Some of my best memories in my 13 years teaching students in my classroom were community memories…unforgettable …
 
In this episode of the Pathstream Podcast, Amy Ahearn — the Head of Career Services at Pathstream — talks about her passion for education and what drew her to a career in EdTech. Amy also describes what Career Services entails at Pathstream, and shares some of the most impactful moments she’s experienced with students.…
 
We read and hear a lot about concerns that due to students learning from home, being away from school, teachers, friends, and extra-curricular activities, and not having what used to be the normal and familiar routine of going to school, there may be gaps in their learning and development. In some schools, there is a reported increase in summer sch…
 
Opening in September 2021, the London Interdisciplinary School radically challenges a lot of assumptions within higher ed. As the first new university (with degree awarding powers) in Britain since the 1960s, their curriculum is designed around solving real-world problems. With faculty from Oxford and Harvard, Co-founder and CEO Ed Fidoe discusses …
 
In this episode, we explore Robinhood and the raggedy rich world of investment apps. Are we witnessing the democratization of finance, or is buying-in to the egalitarian story actually happening at our own expense? #HODL (hold on for dear life) as we investigate the viral and the volatile... What is Robinhood and why has the last year catalyzed gro…
 
Every year 300,000 wheelchairs are sold in india. 95% of all wheelchairs are one -size fits all. Imagine wearing shoes and everyone has to wear size 14 shoes! So today my guest is Swostik Dash, CEO & Co-Founder of Neomotion. This Chennai-based startup has developed a personalised wheelchair, and a battery-powered clip-on device that converts the wh…
 
Finals are right around the corner. What should your final look like to gauge your student’s learning at the school-year end that keeps in mind social-emotional wellness and fairness to our students in these unique times? I believe until we are back in the physical classroom, the way finals used to look, especially at the high school level, should …
 
Stephan Aarstol, founder of Tower Paddle Boards and author of "The Five-hour Workday," joins Talking Business Now host Kelly Scanlon to discuss his company's experience implementing a shortened workday. Tune in to find out why Aarstol decided to promote a 5-hour workday; the lessons he learned from it, including the ways in which it failed and succ…
 
In this episode of the Pathstream Podcast, Autumn Luke — an amazing alumna from the Facebook Digital Marketing Certificate — talks about her experience as a Pathstream student. Autumn tells us how she has applied what she learned at Pathstream to her own media company, Autumedia (https://www.autumedia.com/), and she offers some advice to other stud…
 
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