AI in Education Miniseries Sponsored by Nord Anglia Education Partnering the Edtech Podcast
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The EdTech Podcast has launched a new miniseries called ‘AI in Education’, sponsored by Nord Anglia Education, a leading international school group. The ‘AI in Education’ miniseries, hosted by Professor Rose Luckin, founder of Educate Ventures Research and a world-renowned specialist in education and artificial intelligence, explores the transformative possibilities of AI in teaching and learning.

From personalized learning experiences to adaptive assessment tools, each episode provides useful insights and thought-provoking debates on how AI is revolutionizing the way we teach and learn.

The notable guests included

  • Lord David Puttnam, Award-winning Producer, and Chair of Atticus Education
  • Dr Andreas Schleicher, Director, Directorate of Education & Skills, OECD
  • Julie Henry, Freelance Education Correspondent
  • Jessica Schultz, Academic and Curriculum Director at San Roberto School in Mexico
  • Professor Sugata Mitra, Computer Scientist, Professor of EdTech at Newcastle University
  • Dr Kate Erricker, Assistant Director, Curriculum, Nord Anglia Education
  • Dr Timo Hannay, CEO of
  • Dr Elise Ecoff, Chief Education Officer, Nord Anglia Education
  • Dan Worth, Senior Editor of TES
  • Richard Culatta, CEO, ISTE
  • Dr Steve Fleming, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL
  • Dr Paul LeBlanc, President of SNHU
  • Emily Murphy, Teacher Training and Development Manager, Nord Anglia Education

Dr Elise Ecoff, Chief Education Officer at Nord Anglia Education, says: “The EdTech Podcast provides teachers and parents with different perspectives on AI’s potential in education. It’s an important global platform that allows us to talk about some of the biggest issues shaping teaching and learning, such as the relationship between students’ meta-cognitive development and AI.”

Listeners to the ‘AI in Education’ miniseries can learn about a variety of themes, such as preparing young people for their future with AI, the relationship between meta-cognition, neuroscience, and AI, and the future of AI.
Professor Rose Luckin said, “As technology continues to advance, it’s crucial for educators to stay informed about the latest developments in AI and its potential impact on teaching and learning, our goal with this series is to foster meaningful conversations and inspire educators to embrace AI as a tool for positive change in education.”

The ‘AI in Education’ miniseries releases new episodes twice a month. Listeners can tune in on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or directly through The EdTech Podcast’s website to join the conversation and stay updated on the latest trends and innovations in AI and education.

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