Back in November 2020, we chatted to Hannah Mathias, e-learning manager at Cardiff and Vale College, where they’ve created a personalised learning bot for GCSE Maths and English.
Our guest for this episode is Professor Parama Chaudhury, professor in the department of economics at University College London.
This week we speak to Hayley Mulenda, all about student mental health. Hayley is an award winning international speaker, author and change agent, who speaks openly about her struggles with mental health as a student, and how best to support students who need help.
In this episode we go on a guided tour of a virtual world for students, created by Itzel Lopez, an international officer from Cardiff and Vale College.
In March, we interviewed some of the great speakers from Digifest 2020 to talk about their sessions and experiences of the event.
Beyond the technology: how can social media support staff digital skills? South Thames College Group
Our guest this week is Jamie Giarraputo, a teaching and learning coach from South Thames College Group. Jamie leapt from the music industry into teaching, and in his own words, fell in love with the whole process.
Beyond the technology: what can the UK learn from the rest of the world? Education 4.0 with the University of Bath
This week our guest is Dr Chris Bonfield, a technology enhanced learning manager from the University of Bath. Chris is a once medical medieval historian-turned future gazer, who’s research explores education 4.0 around the globe.
This week we chat to Daniel Dybowski Bryant, an English language and virtual reality lecturer (and all-round ideas person) from Coleg Menai.
This week we chat to Luke Rudderham-Cozier, a learning technologist from Barnet and Southgate College, all about online assessment.
This week, we chat with professor Helen James who is deputy vice chancellor at Canterbury Christ Church University.