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FE and Educational Podcasts

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ESOL & Digital Skills specialist Isla Flood has put together a vibrant collection of engaging and informative podcasts that will inspire and energise everyone working in the Further Education sector.

The collection is held on a wakelet that you can view here. The wakelet will grow over time, so do keep checking back! Podcasts featured include:

Edufuturists

From Ben Whitaker, Dan Fitzpatrick and Steven Hope. ‘A continuing conversation with guests from all over the world about education, technology, the future and everything between.’

Reflective Ed

From Isla Flood. ‘Thinking and reflections around teaching, learning and development in further education and beyond.’

FEresearchpodcast

From a collective of practitioners teaching in the FE sector. ‘A podcast platform to aid education researchers in sharing their research journey and their findings with like minded people.’

Teaching Excellence podcast

From Stefanie Wilkinson. ‘A podcast discussing all things Teaching, Learning, Assessment and Quality in Further Education. Hosted by Stef Wilkinson and Jade Gibson, leaders in FE, who want to make a difference and widen the discussion.’

Let’s Get Digital FE

From Eve Sheppard. ‘Let’s Get Digital is all about blended and online learning in FE. Stacey Salt and Eve Sheppard are FE teachers, Advanced Practitioners and Digital Champions at The Oldham College. In this podcast we chat to colleagues about what works for them in digital and blended learning.’

Teaching From The Front

From Alison Loughnane. ‘A range of disussions held by an Advanced practitioner at Hopwood Hall College about ‘Teaching from the Front’ in the new way of delivery.

E&M Booth

From maths specialist Sammy Lambert and English specialist Hollie Barnes. ‘A podcast by teachers, for teachers within the Further Education sector. Discussing real day to day situations and what life is like teaching English and maths in a college setting.’

Change Your Story

From Nia Parry and the Learning and Work Institute. ‘This is the podcast where we hear inspirational stories about people who are gaining qualifications and learning new skills later in life. Host Nia Parry will be asking what drove her guests to change their story. And what advice they have for you if you want to change your story too.’

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