Conversations on the future of education.
"If you could change one thing today in education, what would it be?"
How Schools Measure Success
Speaker: Stephanie McConnell
Stephanie McConnell believes that success is an individual story for every student. In this episode, we ask the Principal of revolutionary state school Lindfield Learning Village for her perspective on why schools need to change the way they measure success.
A true education pioneer and change-maker, Jan is committed to unleashing the talent of young people, driving social innovation, and transforming education into a lifelong pursuit.
Re-engineer Postgraduate Education
Speaker: Ryan O'Hare
What will it take to take to re-engineer the way postgraduate education is delivered? CEO of Keypath Education for Australia & Asia-Pacific, Ryan O’Hare shares his perspective about how a better customer (student) experience might reinvigorate postgraduate education to create a stronger lifelong learning experience. Watch Ryan’s video to find out more.
Gender Equality in Tech Ed
Speaker: Samantha Floreani
How do we create a more inclusive and diverse tech industry for a future that will be heavily tech-focused? Samantha Floreani from Code Like A Girl explains the importance of gender equality in tech education. Watch Samantha’s video to find out more.
Speaker: Peter Hutton
What will it take to change the course of education? Peter’s answer? Well, let’s just say he’s not going to be satisfied by simply changing one thing. Watch Peter’s video to find out more.
Speaker: Sophie Fenton
Has the focus of education changed as society and technology evolves? Education pioneer Sophie Fenton firmly believes that repositioning humanness at the centre will enhance, rather than diminish learning experiences. Watch Sophie’s video to find out more.
Single Number Assessment
Speaker: Tom Bentley
Why do we, as a society, place so much weight and importance to something as simplistic and limiting as a number to convey status and achievement? Watch Tom’s video to find out more.
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