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The Future of Learning podcast explores what learning might look like in the future. From how to use learning and technology strategically through to demonstrating a return on investment. Challenges such as:- New and emerging technology like AR, VR or AI; where do you start?- How do we demonstrate impact from our innovations?- What are the best ways to engage learners?- How can we innovate more & how can I help my team to learn these principles?Get involved by asking questions at www.lloydde ...
 
How will machine learning, AI, hybrid clouds, IOT, open source, edge computing, and many other innovations solve some of the world’s biggest challenges? Sit down with some of the most innovative minds in technology to learn how they are disrupting the present, and what kind of impact they foresee for the future. Hear from companies like Google, AWS, Intel, Red Hat, HPE, Dell and new, hot startups. Hosted by Avishai Sharlin, Division President of Amdocs Technology.
 
Listen to wisdom from the true champions of SaaS. Stephen Cummins interviews founders of hyper-growth SaaS ScaleUps with category leading data for customer success & employee success. Interviews are conducted face to face in Dublin, Lisbon, Berlin, Hong Kong & New Orleans (no remote calls). We examine personal histories, learnings & opinions of the world’s most successful SaaS StartUp entrepreneurs. We cover most of these in each episode; short life history, the WHY, day in the life, persona ...
 
The Leader Of Learning podcast explores transformational leadership in education. It is where educators can come find inspiration to transform education through effective leadership. It is a community where educators can realize their leadership potential regardless of their position or title. More information can be found at https://leaderoflearning.com
 
The Northwest jazz scene is enhanced by some of the finest high school bands in the country, including Garfield and Roosevelt who are perennial finalists in the national Essentially Ellington Competition. Jazz has a tradition of teaching, learning and sharing and for KNKX, jazz education and performance is vital to the music’s future. School Of Jazz sponsors include, Integrative Family Law , BECU , Beacon Plumbing and Half Price Books .
 
If you want to change the world, listen to some of the guests on my show first.Conversations with people who make their living doing good for the World.www.ChampionsofChange.coWhat This Show is AboutIt's about People who found their Purpose and have taken a Stand for Making Profitable Good.Listen to conversations with people who are doing good for the World and still making profits.If you want to change the world, start listening to some of the guests from my show first.Our Mission:To Empowe ...
 
The Rocking Entrepreneur Podcast | Startup Stories | Indian Entrepreneurs | India | Entrepreneurship | Startups. Rocking Entrepreneur is created for today’s entrepreneur whether you have just started your journey as an entrepreneur/founder/small business owner OR are a serial entrepreneur. Are you ambitious and crafting your next upstart or startup? Then there is no greater place to get quality information and education than The Rocking Entrepreneur. You don’t need to go to business school. ...
 
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Episode 121 features Leon Tynes (@LeonTynesJr), an ISTE award-winning STEM educator from Phoenix, Arizona. During the episode, we discuss how educators can use pandemic teaching and learning to their advantage, how to best prepare students to be ready for the future, and best practices for implementing STEM and project based learning. Full show not…
 
This week’s guest is Brian Flynn, co-founder & CEO of Rabbithole. Rabbithole helps people navigate the crypto Rabbithole and earn tokens & build reputation while doing it. Brian and I talk about how crypto is redefining learning & work, how to sift through the noise, Rabbithole’s new Pathfinder program, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: @SP1N…
 
This week’s guest is Romeen Sheth. Romeen is President of Metasys, which helps organizations with attracting, engaging, & retaining top talent. Romeen & I talk about shifts towards flexible work, using first principles & incentive alignment to fix education, angel investing, and the future of learning & work in India. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter…
 
This week’s guest is Tess Manning, Principal Investor at GSV Ventures. GSV Ventures is multi-stage fund investing in “PreK - Gray”. Tess and I talk about GSV’s theses & the state of venture capital in the space, opportunities in workforce development, and more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: twitter.com/SP1NS1R…
 
This week's guest is Megan O'Connor, Head of Strategic Partnerships at Chegg. We talk about Chegg's efforts around up-skilling & re-skilling, high level questions about the future of education & work, & more. Follow Spencer on Twitter: twitter.com/SP1NS1R
 
Episode 120 features Manny Scott (@ManuelScott), an original Freedom Writer whose story is told in part in the hit movie, Freedom Writers, inspirational author and speaker. His latest book, Teacher Secrets Every Educator Must Know to Empower Students in a Diverse, Digital World, shows what an individual teacher can do to reach, teach, and empower a…
 
Data is like gold in today’s world, and for James Phillips, the President of Business Applications at Microsoft, data is the one true north he will follow until the end. At Microsoft, James leads a global team of thousands of developers who are using data to build all of Microsoft’s business operations and then operate the infrastructure underneath…
 
Episode 119 features Dr. Adam Drummond (@AdamDDrummond), Associate Partner & Author for the International Center for Leadership in Education and author of the book, “The Instructional Change Agent: 48 Ways to Be the Leader Your School Needs.” During the episode, we discuss differences between education change agents and disruptors, turnaround leade…
 
In today’s professional world, longevity is rare. Switching from one company to another, or even one industry or skillset to a new one is commonplace. So hearing that Joe Atkinson has been with PwC for nearly 30 years should give you pause. He’s a unicorn in his own right, and through almost three decades with one company, he has seen how digital d…
 
This week’s guest is Andrew Sutherland, founder of Quizlet. Andrew and I talk about building Quizlet, teaching "Learning" at MIT, tools for thought, raising the status of teachers, & more. Follow me on Twitter (@SP1NS1R) & subscribe to my email list (flw.carrd.co).
 
In this episode of the “Devil’s EDvocate” series, co-hosts Dr. Dan Kreiness (@dr_kreiness) and Rachelle Dene Poth (@rdene915) tackle the topic of teacher professional development. During the episode, we discuss the best practices, opportunities, and methods of acquiring and delivering professional learning. We also share some of our tips for profes…
 
If you want to know about Kubernetes, you should probably talk to the guy who built, pitched and then implemented K8 at Google. So that’s who we called for this episode of Future of Tech. Joe Beda is one of the fathers of Kubernetes and on this episode he takes us behind the scenes of developing K8, including why they decided to open-source the tec…
 
This week’s guest is Genevieve Ryan Bellaire, founder & CEO of Realworld. Realworld is a platform, marketplace, & community for navigating adulthood & life’s big moments. Genevieve and I talk about the lack of practical education post-college, how they're solving the problem, their vision, & more. Follow me on Twitter (@SP1NS1R) & subscribe to my e…
 
Episode 117 features Debbie Tannenbaum (@TannenbaumTech), an elementary school technology specialist in Fairfax County, VA and author of the upcoming book, “TRANSFORM: Techy Notes to Make Learning Sticky.” During the episode, we discuss best practices for implementing instructional technologies, the ability for technology coaches to make a major in…
 
Not long ago, telephone companies had a monopoly on all forms of voice communication. But, just as it has done to most aspects of daily life, the internet changed everything. Thanks to the internet, people could connect over IP from all corners of the world. And now that the technology has improved, the connections have become stronger and the syst…
 
Episode 116 features Dr. Lori Baker-Schena (@DoctorBS), CEO and founder of Baker Schena Communications, a leadership coach and professional speaker who works with individuals, academic institutions, entrepreneurs, small businesses and large corporations to strengthen their management and team-building skills. During the episode, we discuss how succ…
 
On the last episode of Future of Tech, we introduced you to Dr. David Passig, a renowned futurist, who explained that future studies is less about predicting the future, and more about understanding the present in order to avoid negative outcomes and enhance positive ones. Today, in Part 2 of our discussion with Dr. Passig, we continue the conversa…
 
Episode 115 features John Davis (@JDActionHero), a professional fight director and stuntman for stage and screen, artistic director for three regional theme parks, sword-fighting comedian, college professor, and a motivational speaker, author and coach. During the episode, we discuss how educators are true action heroes, how to make students feel l…
 
Those who do future studies know that there are an infinite number of possible futures. With infinity as a baseline, how does one prepare for what’s to come or predict what will come next? On this two-part episode of Future of Tech, Dr. David Passig, a renowned futurist, explains that future studies is less about predicting the future, and more abo…
 
Episode 114 features Aaron Pribble (@AaronPribble), an educator and author of “Teacherland: Inside the Myth of the American Educator” and “Writing in the Social Studies: A Practical Guide for Teaching an Essential Skill.” During the episode, we discuss building meaningful relationships with students outside of the classroom, dealing with myths abou…
 
Like it or not, the younger generation is an important demographic for every industry to pay attention to. Millennials and Gen Z currently have buying power and influence, and the decisions they make now, and the tech and brands they become loyal to today will impact the winners and losers of the future. So the question becomes, how do you get the …
 
In this episode of the “Devil’s EDvocate” series, co-hosts Dr. Dan Kreiness (@dr_kreiness) and Rachelle Dene Poth (@rdene915) tackle the topics of mental health and wellness for both students and educators as well as social-emotional learning. During the episode, we discuss alternative perspectives on taking time away from teaching “content” to bri…
 
To say that Yariv Bash has always aimed high would be a little bit too on the nose. Yariv is currently the co-founder and CEO of Flytrex Aviation, but he was also the first CEO of SpaceIL, a $100M Israeli non-profit organization that attempted to land the first private interplanetary robotic mission on the moon. On this episode of Future of Tech, Y…
 
This week’s guest is Alberto Arenaza, co-founder of Transcend Network. Transcend offers a fellowship for early-stage founders building in the future of learning and work (FLW). Alberto and I talk about being in the first graduating class of Minerva, what Transcend is doing, and the big problems in FLW. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitte…
 
Episode 112 features Brian Tobal (@BrianTobal), an educator and CEO of SchoolHouse, whose mission is to connect teachers with amazing families in Micro Schools and learning pods. SchoolHouse strives to provide our children's generation with the focused and personalized education that they are unable to receive in today's educational environment. Du…
 
Many people believe that RPA, or Robotic Process Automation, is one of the fastest-growing categories in enterprise software at the moment. But what exactly is RPA and how is it going to change the way we work? On this episode of Future of Tech, we invited Guy Kirkwood, the Chief Evangelist at UiPath to give us the inside scoop. As it turns out, th…
 
This week's guest is Damian Brychcy, CEO of Colossus. Colossus was born out of Patrick O'Shaughnessy's podcasts, and it's on a mission to create and curate the world's best information on business and investing. Damian and I discuss curiosity, mapping knowledge, the vision of Colossus, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1…
 
Episode 111 features Dr. Chad Dumas (@ChadDumas), an educational consultant, international presenter and award-winning researcher whose primary focus is collaborating to develop capacity for continuous improvement. During the episode, we discuss Chad’s book “Let’s Put the C in PLC” and the accompanying “An Action Guide to Put the C in PLC.” We also…
 
Last week we welcomed Ronen Nir to the podcast for Part 1 of a deep dive into the world of venture capital. On this second and final part of the conversation, Ronen, a General Partner at Viola Ventures, picks up the discussion by explaining how profit and loss statements are looked at in SaaS-model companies. And later in the episode, he details th…
 
This week I have two guests from Synthesis: co-founder and CEO, Chrisman Frank, as well as Chief Evangelist, Ana Fabrega. Synthesis is a weekly enrichment program where students learn through "simulations". Synthesis was born out of Ad Astra, a school started by Elon Musk and Josh Dahn for students of SpaceX employees. We talk about the value of ga…
 
Episode 110 features Kim Strobel (@strobeled), an educator, happiness coach, renowned speaker, author, and podcaster. During the episode, Kim opens up about her experiences with extreme anxiety disorder as a child. We also discussed the science and research behind happiness, how to overcome feelings of overwhelm and anxiety, lessen the effects of b…
 
Start-ups and entrepreneurs have been around since the beginning of time. But it was only in the last several decades that venture capitalists became key players in the world of business and investing. Ronen Nir is a General Partner at Viola Ventures, and on this special two-part episode of Future of Tech, he lets us in on what it really means to b…
 
This week's guest is Raj Kunkolienkar, co-founder of Stoa School. Stoa is an alternative MBA program in India. Raj & I talk about the Indian education system and labor market, the power of the internet, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R
 
Episode 109 features Dre Baldwin (@DreAllDay), a former professional basketball player, pioneer in the field of Mental Game Mastery, and founder and CEO of Work Your Game, Inc. During the episode, we discussed the four components to the Work Your Game Philosophy (Discipline, Confidence, Mental Toughness, and Personal Initiative), how being a “Super…
 
Even though Josh Bressers says that security itself is meant to be boring, there are no dull moments when discussing the evolution of the world of cybersecurity, especially because security is truly a never-ending journey. Josh leads the Product Security Group at Elastic, and in his previous role at Red Hat he was a Cybersecurity Strategist & Produ…
 
This week's guest is Victoria Ransom, co-founder & CEO of Prisma. Prisma is a connected learning platform for 4th-8th graders. Victoria and I talk about the idea of connected learning, Prisma’s philosophy, uncommon yet common sense approaches to learning, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R…
 
Episode 108 features Rob Breyer (@RBLeads), principal of Cameron Elementary School in North Carolina host of the Guiding Principals Podcast, and author of the upcoming book, “Taking the Leap.” During the episode, we discussed how leaders can deal with stress and the feeling of isolation, how to help leaders make the transition from a preparatory pr…
 
In technology, everything is getting faster, and the pace of change is more blistering than ever. As a result, technologists are in a constant state of optimization and trying to find the best ways to make their websites, apps, and backend systems work 24/7. One of the ways they are doing that is through the use of low-code. Gone are the days of co…
 
Episode 107 features Jessica Williams (@jessicat_wills), a Director of Curriculum and Instructional Technology in Long Island, NY and a doctoral student in Education Administration and Supervision. During the episode, we discussed the need to make access to advanced placement courses more equitable, how to bridge the home and school divide, and way…
 
This week I talk with Ryan Delk, co-founder and CEO of Primer. Primer is building tools for homeschooling. We talk about the misconceptions & advantages of homeschooling, Ryan’s own homeschooling experience, interest & community-driven learning, and much, much more. Follow me on Twitter.
 
Episode 106 features Brad Hughes (@brad_hughes), an elementary school principal in Ontario, Canada with 25 years’ experience in education and host of the Good News, Brad News Podcast. During the episode, we discussed how educators can practice service leadership, using humor and other tools to help transform schools and their cultures, and how lead…
 
JJ Caffey believes that work is fundamentally broken. People are spending more of their waking hours working than ever before, many of them spent alone and behind a screen. According to JJ, the way the average person works is no longer productive, and, in fact, our work habits are leaving many of us more burnt out and lonely than ever before. When …
 
Episode 105 features Jami Fowler-White (@JjJj821), an assistant principal in Tennessee, author of the Educator Reflection Tips book series, and host of the Digital PD 4 You Podcast. During the episode, we discussed how educators should be reflective in their practice, maintaining a growth mindset to push through challenges, and strategies to grow i…
 
Wes Kao is a co-founder of a new cohort-based course (CBC) platform. We talk about all things CBCs, her insights and best practices from launching several programs, her own educational experiences, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.
 
Episode 104 features Ryan Scott (@ryancscott1981), an assistant principal in Kentucky and host of the Big Ed Idea Podcast. During the episode, we discussed how to take a different approach to how schools prepare students for the real world, the challenges facing rural education, and how to act on big ideas educators have for fixing education. Full …
 
Episode 103 features Sari Goldberg-McKeown (@sgteach_sari), a virtual principal and doctoral student from Long Island, New York. During the episode, we discussed leading a virtual-only school during the pandemic, pursuing a doctorate as part of the lifelong learning journey, and harnessing empathy, connections, and relationships to build a great sc…
 
Ish Baid is the CEO and founder of Virtually. Virtually is the Shopify for online courses and schools. Ish and I talk about universities, democratizing teaching, the importance of community, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.
 
Episode 102 features Jeff Bradbury (@TeacherCast), a Districtwide Instructional Coach for Digital Learning, Creator of the TeacherCast brand and podcast network, and renowned speaker and branding expert. During the episode, we discussed leading digital instructional shifts during the pandemic and in the future, how leading can be like being an orch…
 
When Eoghan McCabe started frequenting one specific coffee shop, he noticed something. Not the quality of the coffee, rather, he became friendly with the owner of the shop, and saw that this man was truly engaged with all of his customers. He knew their names, their preferences, he and that familiarity kept customers coming back, even if he wasn’t …
 
Amy Molk is founder and CEO of Beanstalk. Beanstalk hosts live shows online where kids help shape the story & characters. We talk about live shows, edutainment, screen time, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.
 
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