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278: My Online Schooling with Rob Leitch

By | August 18, 2022 |

Rob Leitch is the Executive Headteacher of My Online Schooling, one of the leading international, online schools delivering a high quality British education to students in the UK and around the world.My Online Schooling brings British education to young people worldwide. It delivers online lessons from KS2 to A Level and is a registered online…

277: Coach T’s Corner with Antwaun Thompson

By | August 15, 2022 |

Antwaun Thompson or Coach T®, has coached and mentored young men and women, helping to improve their athletic skills, personal growth, and personal relationship skills for over 30 years. His basketball coaching covers elementary, middle, and high school, AAU, college and just completed his 10th year at a private school. Coach T®, is the founder…

276: 360 Skills For Life with Rob Hattersley

By | August 11, 2022 |

Prepared for life, not just exams 360 are a dynamic social enterprise developing essential skills for life in young people through an interactive learning approach we call discuss, decide and do. 360 Skills For Life provide scenario-based educational experiences that equip learners with the skills, knowledge and confidence to live active, fulfilling and safer lives in stronger and more sustainable communities. Experience Skill City, their unique VR environment, bringing to life real…

275: 6 needs of learning with Dr Rick Chromey

By | August 8, 2022 |

DR. RICK CHROMEY is a best-selling author, international speaker, cultural historian, professor, and pastor. His mission is to help people interpret history, navigate culture and explore faith to create trusted and transformative change. He’s authored over a dozen books, including his most recent work titled GenTech: An American Story of Technology, Change and Who We…

274: How business and education can work together with Al Kingsley

By | August 4, 2022 |

Al describes himself as a man of two hats, with one he the is CEO of the EdTech company, NetSupport, with almost 30 years’ experience in corporate and educational technology. With his other, and with a passion for education and, in particular edtech, governance and raising organisational performance, Al has undertaken numerous roles in education,…

273: The role of edtech in narrowing the attainment gap with Tassomai

By | August 1, 2022 |

Narrowing the attainment gap remains the key challenge for the education system, especially as we steer our way out of the pandemic. In February 2022, Tassomai hosted a round table discussion, bringing together some of the leading thinkers and innovators in the education world to consider the role that edtech software could, and should, play…

272: Learning through connection and community with Decoteau Irby

By | July 28, 2022 |

Decoteau creates teaching and learning experiences, music and stories, and opportunities for people to be in community. Be it through music, encouraging the use of urban green spaces, or creating opportunities for Black people to generate wealth and wellness, his priorities are grounded in “going at it” together and creating space for people to shine.…

271: WHO SMARTED? the hit children’s podcast with Jerry Kolber

By | July 25, 2022 |

Jerry Kolber is the Emmy-nominated co-creator and showrunner of Nat Geo’s biggest hit series BRAIN GAMES, and Netflix’s BRAINCHILD with Pharrell Williams.  He is the co-creator and narrator of the hit children’s podcast WHO SMARTED? (Apple & NY Times Pick for Kids), which has over 3 million downloads in its first year. The Atomic team…

Taking Tes digital with editor Jon Severs – NAPE 082

By | July 21, 2022 |

Jon Severs is editor of Tes. He was previously commissioning editor at Tes, responsible for the teaching and learning content, as well as policy, leadership and pastoral articles. Before that, he wrote and edited for both trade and consumer titles.  Jon explains the journey of taking the traditional Tes magazine, which was established in 1910, to their new…

270: Why Tes has gone digital with Jon Severs

By | July 21, 2022 |

Jon Severs explains the journey of taking the traditional Tes magazine, which was established in 1910, to their new online delivery which can be more reactive in our modern age. Tes is a global education business. It started out in print more than 100 years ago as The Times Educational Supplement. Fast forward to today…

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