What happened when Sam Maeer tried to create a collaborative ebook to help with mental health issues globally? 'Rethinking the Rainbow' is a multimedia eBook resource filled with inspiring stories, poems art, translations and activities to help children, parents and teachers find the light in these hard times.
What happened when Michel Zgarka made the following music industry products:
Patented technologies linking artists, bands and brands with their audience; Original productions development, production, and distribution.
From scripted prime-time dramas to feature films to formats and/or non-scripted properties. Reach local audiences through subscription video on demand (SVOD) broadcast solutions. Partnerships with educational institutions to implement, design and develop solutions for the education, media, and entertainment sectors.
An interview with Sean Sheppard. Sean is the Founder of GrowthX & GrowthX Academy. He is a globally recognized thought leader in sales, marketing, innovation and education with over 20 years of experience bringing new products to market, including as a five-times sales founder. In addition to helping dozens of startups find product-market fit and predictable revenue models, Sean helps global multinationals to identify new applications for their existing technology portfolio, bring new products to market with profitable business models, and organize and train self-managing early product-stage sales and marketing teams (including for Bridgestone, Canon, Faurecia, Clariant, and others.
Oh and he's a great guy too.
How can we navigate these difficult waters in the workplace? How is the notion of a workplace changing? Where is the space for cooperatives and entrepreneurs? An interview with Graham Coath and Youcoop.
What do newly qualified teachers need to consider as they enter the teaching profession at an unprecedented time? This episode contains an interview with Patrick Ottley O'Connor, the Executive Principal of North Liverpool Academy & the Northern Schools Trust.
Why did Australia start to recover from coronavirus quicker than most countries? What is the edtech scene in Australia? This week we focus on Grok Learning - a coding platform and Bibliu - an online library. We have an interview with James Curran from Grok and David Sherwood from Bibliu. We also have Hannah Jensen from Opogo talk about the Aussie edtech experience vs the UK and Opogo's social platform. Jan Chalmer views Triptico through an Aussie lens.
Time saving techniques and online learning: interview with Jane Bell, the author of Time Smart Teaching: 8 Insider Tips to Reduce Teacher Workload that Schools Don't Tell You - and Sonny Sharma, the creator of online resources at Spongy Elephant and New Ways to Learn.
Teaching business growth strategy for creatives. This week, we answer the following questions: Should we all have a side hustle? Does passive income really exist and, if so, what is it? What should we be suspicious of when we see people who claim that they can help us make money online? An interview with Joelle Byrne - the owner of Joellebyrne.com
This week, we hear from Lois Nicholls from Bee Loud Words - on being a startup and using technology. Brainbox Games tell us about their forward thinking and we also leap into a new feature - Edtech of the week, which is Triptico.
This week, we hear from Amanda Regan from Swivl, the video observation app and from Zoe Griffiths - former international athlete and CEO of Alchemy of Learning. We also go back to the Bett Show to hear from Perlego, the online library and from Alice Corner from Venngage.
Plus, you have scary sound effects, calming music and a lockdown-themed song at the end.
This episode was produced during the Coronavirus lockdown. The episode explores a variety of ways in which creative and techy people make sense of why they done what they do. To mark the conversion of London's Excel Centre into a field hospital, the episode contains an interview with Jonathan Sullivan from Britannica during the Bett Show. We also chat to Michael Heverin from Supplywell about their game changing recruitment app. We also hear Eirin Hallengen about what creativity means and Ron Cole about Superreading.
Could education undergo a quiet revolution and come out of the coronavirus pandemic with more efficient, innovative and inclusive ways of doing things?
This week, we speak to Sean Liddell from Mindful Training about positive changes that are already starting to emerge in the way we work and support people. There are also contributions from Tim Burnett from The Assessment Association and BTL, Paul Rose from Youteachme/Youteachmetoo and Savas Savides from Express Publishing, South East Asia
This week we talk to a variety of people who use social media effectively. We speak to Daisy Christodoulou, Sonny Sharma, Jo Watson and Eirin Hallangen. I, Pete Atherton, also bring something to the table....
This week we discuss how we can help edtech companies and schools work better together. We talk about the use of evidence and how edtech companies are trying to break into the market. Oh and it ends on a high note....