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Westchester Words: Education, Ed-Tech, and Publishing

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Informed and informative conversations with experts about the topics that are impacting them, their operations, and their customers in the production and distribution of content for the Educational Publishing and Ed-Tech sectors, as well as the broader publishing industry. Hosted by Westchester Education Services and Westchester Publishing Services.
 
Education Innovation & Tech is hosted by Marie Roberts and Chad Brinkley. Marie and Chad are leaders in innovation at each of their nationally recognized districts. This podcast is a discussion about how creativity and innovation are vital to the future of education. Each week, we cover topics that are currently being discussed in schools across the country. The idea is for this to be an ongoing conversation that leads us to the best future for our students. If you are interested in educatio ...
 
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Sarah Knight chats with consultants Helen Beetham and Sheila MacNeill about their recent review of learning and curriculum design in higher education. We chat with Helen and Sheila about the findings from their review, which included a desk-based literature review, a survey of over 155 professionals and 20 interviews with staff from within higher e…
 
In this episode of Westchester Words, we learn about Laura Cunningham, Content Director, STEM for Westchester Education Services. She discusses her career as an educator and content developer prior to joining Westchester and also explains how the constructs of NGSS and adaptive assessments each help to provide students with learning supports to imp…
 
Deborah Bosley, the founder and principal of The Plain Language Group explains why it’s important for publishers of academic, professional, medical, and scientific content to express information in simple, easy to understand terms that will help them expand their audience to people who have a significant interest or benefit in reading the materials…
 
Placements are one of the major factors that students consider while taking admission to any college ”No wonder that the colleges with better placement records are preferred by the students. Adhering to this trend, the colleges also have started putting their efforts in bringing the companies for campus visits for job placements. This article descr…
 
We’re joined by Simon Walker, Director of programme development at University College London, to discuss how they have moved to digital assessment by default. Simon starts by talking through the challenges they have been facing with assessment, including how they had previously recognised that it was out of kilter with the student’s expectations fo…
 
Jennifer Cole discusses her career spanning more than two decades in educational publishing. Jennifer shares how her knowledge and experience help her lead her team of literacy and humanities content development professionals to create high-quality educational materials for Westchester's clients.Nicole Tomassi
 
In this episode, we are joined by Professor David Nicol, Suzanne McCallum, Lovleen Kushwah and Nick Quinn from The Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow to chat about how they are using comparison based feedback to improve their assessment and feedback practices. Professor David Nicol, Research Professor: Teaching Excellence Initi…
 
In this third episode of our mini-series on rethinking assessment and feedback, we are joined by Karen Barton, director of the learning and teaching innovation centre at the University of Hertfordshire. Karen shares some of the feedback they have had from students on assessment including, providing authentic assessment, providing personalised asses…
 
Do all the meetings you have on your calendar really need to be there? Linda Secondari can help you answer that question by sharing strategies you can use to make your meetings more effective and less frequent, putting time back in your day to get other items checked off your to-do list.Nicole Tomassi
 
In this episode of our rethinking assessment and feedback mini-series, Sarah Knight chats with Danny Liu and Benjamin Miller about how they are adapting their assessment and feedback practices at The University of Sydney. Danny and Benjamin start by sharing some of the issues and challenges that an institution-wide review into assessment picked up,…
 
A conversation with Brian O’Leary, Executive Director of Book Industry Study Group about what's on tap for the first BISG Annual Meeting to take place in person for the first time in three years, other initiatives that the group is working on, and more.Nicole Tomassi
 
A conversation with Julie Willis and Rosie Stewart of River Editorial Services (a Westchester Publishing Services UK company) about when publishers should consider outsourcing editorial services on their projects, and tips for identifying the right company for your requirements.Nicole Tomassi
 
Join us as we talk with Susannah Johnson, a global education thought leader seeking an education revolution that includes the ultimate in empowered, student-centered learning while redefining what it means to be an educator. Susannah serves as the Director of Global Curriculum and Coaching Development for the What School Could Be Community and expa…
 
As part of our ‘rethinking assessment and feedback’ mini-series, Sarah Knight is joined by Gill Ferrell to chat about the newly released review into the UK assessment and feedback landscape in higher education. This episode forms part of our mini-series ‘rethinking assessment and feedback’ hosted by Sarah Knight. Over the next few months these epis…
 
We couldn't let Apple's March event pass us by without unpacking what we think applies to educators. You've heard Marie share her district's journey into 1:1 devices, and Chad's experience supporting districts integrate technology over time. What key takeaways do you see? Find us on Twitter @techwithchad and @marie_roberts2, or drop us a message at…
 
Did you do the homework? We are walking through the big (super big) points we find in the Most Likely to Succeed documentary. If your heart is not breaking for Scout... well, let's just say it should be. If we asked you to assemble a flower, could you do it? What if education is more like gardening instead of manufacturing? We create prime conditio…
 
If we are really going to reimagine education , we have to tell you where we are drawing inspiration from and what we are working toward. We could talk about an idea or a theory all day long, but you need to have the same passion for moving this conversation forward. We've found 'our people' ... are you one of us? You've got homework to figure it o…
 
In this episode, we chat with Rob Blagden, director of libraries, technology & information at the University of Gloucestershire. Rob talks through the steps his university took to bring over almost all of their exams online, sharing the successes and hurdles they encountered along the way. He also goes through the feedback received from staff and s…
 
Maria Dismondy, Founder and Publisher of Cardinal Rule Press, a children's book publisher whose catalog focuses on realistic fiction titles that embody the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion, discusses what inspired her to start the company along with the strategies she and her team have used to help the business grow and remain success…
 
Rich Portelance, Founder and CEO of CareerPath explains why there's renewed interest in Career and Technical education, and how vocational education is different now compared to what previous generations of students may remember.Nicole Tomassi
 
What we need is for students to love to learn. Radical idea... what if we rolled back everyone one entire grade level? Let's change the approach, even if no one else is seeing the same problems as us... and flip SAMR on it's head in the process. A new season means it's time to introduce our new(ish) focus... a broader conversation that is meant to …
 
This week we chatted with Aftab Hussain, information learning technology manager at Bolton College, about Firstpass, an automated system that helps automate the marking and feedback of open-ended questions using artificial intelligence Aftab talks through the benefits of Firstpass, sharing how the system can help reduce the burden on teachers when …
 
Cathy Felgar, Publishing Operations Director of Princeton University Press returns to the Westchester Words podcast to provide listeners with an update about the Press' ongoing diversity and inclusion initiatives.Cathy Felgar
 
This week Derfel Owen, Registrar and director of student and registry services at University College London, joins us to talk about how the university moved their exams online as part of a university wide digital assessment strategy. Derfel explains how and why the university chose to transition exams to online at such scale, providing more than 20…
 
We couldn't pass up the chance on a BONUS episode to officially wrap up Season 2. The fact that we got to do it face to face made it all the sweeter. The amount of learning we've done over the past few months is just plain cool, and we are glad you are on the journey with us. For this bonus episode, we are talking about what works in terms of helpi…
 
In this episode we are joined by Clare Killen, senior consultant for the business intelligence team at Jisc, to talk about the findings from the recently released HE and FE staff digital experience insight surveys. The annual survey polls over 6,500 teaching staff in further and higher education, looking into their experiences of using technology t…
 
Scratch the tech - it's just education.... And that's a wrap on season two, folks! We can't think of a better way to express our thanks for your support and feedback on season two than by a quick recap of some of the highlights and best conversations that have taken place over the last three months, as well as share some exciting plans about what i…
 
We're back! Man, life happens and we could not have planned on a three week delay in posting, but here we are. What does it really mean to "get it right?" Do we really "understand the assignment" that is education? There are some things that we see and hear and read about that just plain work. Keep up with us on Twitter @techwithchad and @marie_rob…
 
Our guest this week is Debs Gray, Principal of Grimsby Institute, and Jisc trustee. She joined us to talk all about the college’s trailblazing industry 4.0 programme. This episode is packed with advice about how to support staff and students to prepare for the workplace of the future, in terms of digital skills and making the most out of the tools …
 
In this episode, educational publishing professional Andrea Bown discusses her experiences living and working with a visible disability and why it's important for people with disabilities to be included as active participants within education publishing. She also shares why it's important that education content is developed in a manner that fosters…
 
Sarah Arbuthnot, Commercial and Partnerships Director for Supadu explains steps publishers can take to create a positive website experience for their customers, helping to generate higher sales volume.Sarah Arbuthnot
 
We’re joined by Dr Jill McKay, a senior lecturer of veterinary science education at the University of Edinburgh. Jill has completed some fascinating research into lecture capture, how students use recordings, and why. The data is really encouraging, so it’s worth a listen to hear some of the benefits, in particular for students from widening partic…
 
Some of the things we love about the schedule... are the same things working against us in education. Find us on Twitter @techwithchad and @marie_roberts2, or drop us a message at edintechpodcast@gmail.comChad Brinkley, Marie Roberts
 
When teachers were hired back in the day, a day or two was set aside each school year to 'train' them on all the things they might need (how to make copies, how to request supplies, etc.). Now, there's all the things that take up teacher time - student info and attendance systems, learning management systems, devices, smart TVs and projectors, data…
 
Dr Phil Anthony, learning technologist from the division of natural sciences at the University of Kent, joins us to talk about his international digital teaching best practice community, where sector professionals from all around the world now engage to share advice, experiences and ideas about teaching online and digitally. Phil is a brilliant gue…
 
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