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The world has never been changing more rapidly, dislocating the ways we work, learn and live. On The Learning Future Podcast we discuss the knowledge, skills and dispositions we all need for our learning future, exploring insights through interviews with world-class educators, researchers, policy makers, and leaders from across industries and across the world.
 
The Future of Learning podcast explores what learning might look like in the future. From how to use learning and technology strategically through to demonstrating a return on investment. Challenges such as: - New and emerging technology like AR, VR or AI; where do you start? - How do we demonstrate impact from our innovations? - What are the best ways to engage learners? - How can we innovate more & how can I help my team to learn these principles? Get involved by asking questions at www.ll ...
 
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Is it possible that reframed early learning can empower otherwise disadvantaged young people? Is there an opportunity to re-define schools as community hubs and social squares? Do teachers need to be an expert in mental health in order to improve wellbeing? In this fifth episode of Education Transformed, Louka speaks with Frank Oberklaid, a pioneer…
 
Is education a globally recognised construct, is it universal? What are the environments in which the best transformations occur and which regions have unique and interesting approaches? In this Fourth episode of Education Transformed, Louka speaks with Gavin Dykes, a wealth of knowledge about the unique approaches to education globally with https:…
 
What do the innovative architects of education sound like? How might they imagine channels that defy the “trickle-down” model of success by delivering high-tech and advantageous tools of education and employment directly to all? In this Third episode of Education Transformed, Louka speaks with John Goodwin and Chris Purifoy. LEF’s mission to bring …
 
In this second episode of Education Transformed, Louka speaks with Dr Anantha Duraiappah, Director of the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development. A depthful discussion about the whole brain approach to learning and education, including a confident approach to digital pedagogy, where neuroscience technolog…
 
Find out which countries are embarking on true education transformation and discover why transformation might be the best way to articulate the changes we need in schools and education systems. View the report: https://www.diplomaticourier.com/issue/transformed-the-case-for-education-transformation Today's episode is with educationalist, convenor, …
 
Louka Parry introduces a season 7: “Education Transformed” a series of conversations that aren’t afraid to leave behind past preconceptions to allow for real unhindered bold change and innovation in learning and education - both practical examples and plans for the future. Season 7 is partnered with the Salzburg Global Seminar. Transcription upon r…
 
Louka reflects on the last season the "d.school Spotlight" that featured 10 insightful authors affiliated with the Hasso Platner Institute of Design at Stanford. Please revisit any these season 6 episodes that pique your interest: ‘My Favorite Failure’ with Laura McBain & Ron BeGhetto Spotify - Apple ‘Navigating Ambiguity’ with Kelly Schmutte Spoti…
 
In this tenth and final episode of the Stanford d.school spotlight; Sam Seidel hustles up valuable guiding principles for building a network - people - practice template for creation. A clear recipe, with enlightening examples, of people who have been successful with via more ‘alternate’ means, with side hustles becoming front and centre! Sam is an…
 
In this ninth episode of the Stanford d.school spotlight; Charlotte Burgess-Auburn conjures radical innovative thinking, a fundamentally novel and useful way of looking at design via flexible prototyping! She is author of the illustrated dschool guide You Need a Manifesto. Ever struggle with a decision? Perhaps lacked a sense of purpose or drive? E…
 
In this eighth episode of the Stanford d.school spotlight; Scott Witthoft conjures radical innovative thinking, a fundamentally novel and useful way of looking at design via flexible prototyping! He is author of dschool guide This is a Prototype. What is a prototype, how can we approach their design and creation, and what is their utility? Scott Wi…
 
In this seventh episode of the Stanford d.school spotlight; Lisa Kay Solomon gives a peek of the thoughts around her upcoming book about her recent innovative civics exercises with learners. Are our systems designed for short term rewards and is the design of civics and business at odds with the future? The conversation features a broad range of to…
 
In this sixth episode of the Stanford d.school spotlight; Barry Svigals gives a peek of the thoughts around his book Changing the Conversation about School Safety. Published as a d.school guide. Read it here: https://issuu.com/stanforddschool/docs/changingtheconversationaboutschoolsafety-k12lab. Can over-securing reduce feelings of enjoyment and se…
 
In this fifth episode of the Stanford d.school spotlight; Susie Wise, author of Design for Belonging: How to Build Inclusion and Collaboration in Your Communities clarifies the subject and discusses how she arrived at the approaches of her book. Published as a d.school guide. The feeling of belonging is a fundamental human need. It's how we know we…
 
In the fourth instalment of the Stanford d.school spotlight; Ashish Goel, author of Drawing on Courage: Risks Worth Taking and Stands Worth Making discusses the life canvas, inspirations, insights, and sources for him to publish his most recent book. Published as a d.school guide. Ashish forms a strong case for courage, the depth of courage, which …
 
In the third spotlight of the Stanford d.school guides; Carissa Carter, author of The Secret Language of Maps: How to Tell Visual Stories with Data helps us navigate the far horizons and surprisingly detailed depths of maps. Maps are biased towards any number of variables - often driven by agenda or intention of the mapmakers. Carissa acts as a car…
 
In this second instalment of the Stanford d.school spotlight; Kelly Schmutte, co-author of Navigating Ambiguity: Creating Opportunity in a World of Unknowns (alongside Andrea Small, illustrated by Reina Takahashi) shares ideas about confidently approaching ambiguity and ambiguous situations with confident curiosity. She discusses how ambiguity shou…
 
The first feature of the Stanford d.school spotlight has Laura McBain and Dr Ronald Beghetto, authors of My Favorite Failure. They share ideas about consciously engineering learning and experience with uncertainty and surprise as an ingredient. Perhaps we are too rigorously over-engineering education and human experience to the point of unnatural p…
 
View CSE paper 06 titled “Learning on purpose” by Charles Leadbeater and the Student Agency Lab and also, CSE paper 07 titled “Learning in a floating world of disciplines: Reflections on the MetaPraxis Project” by Michael Bunce. Louka reviews the amazing takeaways shared by frontline educators during AISSA’s agency lab 3-year project featuring less…
 
On this week's episode we interview Michael Cohen, the Tech Rabbi. Michael is both a designer and an educator, as well as the author of the recent book Educated by Design, which outlines methods for bringing design thinking and creativity into the classroom - Michael is a big fan of creativity. Our conversation started from the recognition that the…
 
Teachers are bring tech into the classroom more than every before, but if those tech tools aren't designed for the reality and context of all students - can they really be effective? On this week's episode we speak with Professor Martin Oliver, Pro-Director for Academic Development at the University College of London’s Institute of Education. Durin…
 
Featured Guests: Karen Schoff - Good Shepherd School Veronika Crilley - St. Johns Grammar Joyanne Gardner - St. Johns Grammar MetaPraxis is a 3-year approach led by educational philosopher and researcher Michael Bunce. MetaPraxis educators experience going beyond disciplines to move into the multi-dimensionality of learning, fusing knowledge skills…
 
What is it about a simple undo button that fills young students with confidence? How can technology support diverse methods of assessment and create space for everyone to have a voice? On this week's episode we discuss Flipgrid and the impact of technology on equity in education with Ann Kozma. Ann loves to encourage others to “push all the buttons…
 
Featured Guests: Graham Duffy - Pembroke School, Andrea Feldhoff - Pembroke School, Melanie Krueger - Trinity College North, Jessica Simons - Trinity College North, Catherine Emmerson - St. Johns Grammar School. MetaPraxis is a 3-year approach led by educational philosopher and researcher Michael Bunce. Hosted by The Learning Future’s very own Louk…
 
Featured Guests: Jo Rossiter - Annesley Primary School, David Taylor - Annesley Junior School, Mayra Franco - Walford Anglican School, Sam Bartram - Walford Anglican School, Julie Sampson - Cornerstone College, Rhett Fielke - Cornserstone College. MetaPraxis is a 3-year approach led by educational philosopher and researcher Michael Bunce. Hosted by…
 
Flipping your classroom means swapping the work typically done at home with the instruction typically done in the classroom. Teachers use videos to introduce content to students at home and then use the in-class time for asking questions, applying skills, and individualized instruction. In this episode, we discuss with classroom flipping expert Man…
 
The MetaPraxis is a 3-year approach led by educational philosopher and researcher Michael Bunce. Hosted by The Learning Future’s very own Louka Parry, this four-part series features front-line educators who have experience with MetaPraxis by going beyond disciplines to move into the multi-dimensionality of learning, fusing knowledge skills, and cap…
 
For two years during the pandemic, many classrooms went virtual. What have we learned about the pros and cons of virtual classrooms during that time? We are joined by education expert Dr. Andreina Parisi-Amon from Engageli as we discuss virtual classrooms for a virtual world. To find out more about our podcast, visit us at www.learningmachinepodcas…
 
Learning Machine is a podcast about the uncertain future of education, and this season, season three, is our EdTech season. We want to know how technology is transforming the classroom, for better - and for worse. Join us each episode for conversations with experts in the EdTech arena, from teachers, to researchers, to CEOs, and join us online to d…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss how students bring agency to life. This is the tenth less…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss how students bring agency to life. This is the ninth less…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss how students bring agency to life. This is the eight less…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss how students bring agency to life. This is the seventh le…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss how students bring agency to life. This is the sixth less…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this fifth episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss how students bring agency to life. This is the fift…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this fourth episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss how students bring agency to life. This is the fou…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this third episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss agency as if it were a philosophy, a product, and a…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this second episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss capabilities and agency. This is the second lesson…
 
How do we be more on purpose, and less on point and create learning with rigour but not rigidity? How do we elevate voice, choice and initiative knowing that as we do so we create more freedom and more responsibility? In this first episode of our 10-part special series on Learner Agency we discuss Learning On Purpose. This is the first lesson for a…
 
The final part of our 4 part series with the Agile Leaders of Learning Innovation Network contributors. This episode features Ed Vainker, CEO of Reach Foundation. It is hosted by Susan Douglas, Senior Advisor at the British Council & CEO at Eden Academy Trust. https://www.reach.org.au This episode is a special partnership and sponsored by Qatar Fou…
 
This is the third part of a 4 part series with the Agile Leaders of Learning Innovation Network contributors. This episode features Karima Kadaoui, co-founder and Executive President of Tamkeen Community Foundation for Human Development in Morrocco. It is hosted by Robyn Whittaker and Louka Parry. This episode is a special partnership and sponsored…
 
This is the second of a 4 part series with the Agile Leaders of Learning Innovation Network contributors. This episode features Gregg Behr, executive director at The Grable Foundation and co-chair of the Remake Learning council. It is hosted by Robyn Whittaker and Dominic Regester. This episode is a special partnership and sponsored by Qatar Founda…
 
This is episode 1 of a special 4 part series with the Agile Leaders of Learning network contributors: Valerie Hannon & Tony Mackay. This episode is a special partnership and is sponsored by Qatar Foundation’s WISE program. https://www.wise-qatar.org/all-in/ thelearningfuture.comKirjoittanut Louka Parry, Valerie Hannon, & Tony Mackay
 
That's a wrap for season 2! We have learned a lot about Critical Race Theory and Culturally Responsive Teaching this season from all of our education experts. In this episode, we reflect on where we started, what we learned, and how far we still have to go as a country when it comes to addressing educational equity. We also look forward to season 3…
 
Our guest this week is Tanishia Williams, a Critical Race Theory Research Associate at The African American Policy Forum, a Ph.D. candidate in Urban Policy, and an educator for twenty-two years. In this interview, she reflects on transitioning from her previous role as a school educator and administrator into her new role as an educational research…
 
How do our biases shape the way that we think about numbers? Is data ever an unbiased source of truth? Dr. Wendy Castillo joins us on this episode to talk about these issues and the work she is doing to promote #Data4SocialJustice. We discuss the tenets of Quantitative Critical Race Theory (QuantCrit) and spend some time investigating our own biase…
 
How fast do our skills lose their value in our rapidly evolving economies? Whose responsibility is it to ensure upskilling is accurately targeted and where should it take place? Dr Ben Hamer is one of Australia's leading work futurists. He is the Future of Work Lead at PwC Australia and spent time seconded to the World Economic Forum heading up cri…
 
If we won the fight around CRT, what would we be winning? This is the question Freddie deBoer asks in his article, CRT could use a little cost/benefit analysis - and his argument is compelling. As the political and cultural left struggles to clearly define CRT - and even in some cases to admit that it’s having an influence in American schools - deB…
 
How pervasive are mental health problems in our schools and how can we define and measure it? What are some practical mindfulness and wellbeing techniques we can use in the classroom, and further in the community? Addie Wootten is a Clinical psychologist and CEO of Smiling Mind. She has worked most of her career in clinical practice and research ac…
 
Dr. Kathryn Paige Harden recently published her first book, The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality where she makes an urgent case for acknowledging individual genetic differences as a necessary precursor to achieving social equality. Dr. Harden compares genetic differences to socioeconomic inequality and argues that her research i…
 
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