TER #117 – AI and Education with Jane Hunter and Kal Gulson – 19 Aug 2018

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With the rise of Artificial Intelligence, education faces the potential for significant disruption in the near future. However the ethical implications are possibly as complex as the technological ones, and figuring out exactly what should be done is a question that needs to be asked as much as determining what can be done. To explore this issue, Jane Hunter and Kal Gulson together discuss the possibilities and implications of artificial intelligence in education; what we might hope for, and what to watch out for.

TER Topics: Teaching with Drama and Roleplay

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This episode brings together feature interviews from episodes #056 and #079 of the TER Podcast.

First, James Witchard discusses the use of roleplay to foster deeper engagement with learning activities, then Tim Taylor discusses the Mantle of the Expert model, and applications of drama base pedagogy.

Timecodes:

00:00 Opening Credits
00:33 Intro
01:51 Introduction – James Witchard
02:23 Interview – James Witchard
29:24 Introduction – Tim Taylor
29:48 Interview – Tim Taylor
01:16:55 Sign out

TER Topics: Well-being and Learning

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This episode brings together feature interviews from episodes #028 and #092 of the TER Podcast.

First, Ian Shochet discusses the relationship between school connectedness and student mental health, then Helen Street discusses student motivation, engagement and well-being.

Timecodes:

00.000 Opening Credits
00:33 Intro
02:08 Prof Ian Shochet
33:55 Dr Helen Street
01:16:55 Sign out

TER #114 – Student Social and Emotional Behaviours with Rebecca Collie – 10 June 2018

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Main feature: Dr. Rebecca Collie discusses research into social and emotional behaviour profiles of students, and the relationship to academic achievement.

Regular features: Off Campus, Dan Haesler talks about having difficult conversations in the workplace; Education in the News, Cameron reviews comments by Simon Birmingham about using funding to force states to adopt the year 1 phonics check, and a recent paper that challenges understandings of ‘the marshmallow test.’

Links and shownotes coming soon.