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In this episode, Jamie and Jerri sit down with visionary leader Elisa Stephens, President of the prestigious Academy of Art University to discuss the intersection of creativity and artificial intelligence. Tune in to join Elisa as she takes listeners on a journey to the heart of the Academy of Art University’s approach to education, revolutionizing the way students experience art, design, and technology.
How do you transform the landscape of education? Educator Jason Osborne has an idea. Discover how he’s using STEM methodology, research, and field investigations to revolutionize education in this week’s episode of LinkedUp.
Tune into this week’s LinkedUp to hear from Brantley Turner, an experienced principal with a remarkable background in education management. Join us to learn the importance of cultivating a student-centered approach that fosters critical thinking, creativity, and global citizenship.
In this episode, Jerri and Jamie discuss how AI can enhance learning experiences and improve educational outcomes as well as the potential risks and ethical concerns that arise with the integration of AI in the classroom. Tune in as we delve into this topic and consider the future of education in the age of AI.
Technology leader, author, and educator Michael Cohen—better known as the Tech Rabbi—joins the podcast this week to discuss accelerating student learning by activating the five senses and how to make learning memorable through creative design thinking and instructional design.
What are the latest trends in EdTech for 2022? In this episode, the LinkedUp team heads to ISTE in New Orleans to get insights on the newest trends dominating edtech from industry experts, Adamy Phyall II, Megan Hintz, and Phil Hintz.
How can design thinking processes be applied to education? In this episode, Jerri and Jamie sit down with Jessica Artiles, Founder and Chief Design Officer of Darte Design, to discuss how design thinking can help K–12 educators solve problems.
This week, Jamie and Jerri sit down with Serena Sacks-Mandel, US Education Customer Success General Manager for Microsoft. Sacks-Mandel takes listeners on a deeper dive into how Microsoft is improving student learning through tools you may use every day, including Microsoft Teams.
Julian Gomez has been one of the lead creators of Digital Lego. In this podcast episode, he discusses the learning science behind legos and the details that went into creating the digital version of the classic brick lego product.
Episode 43 of the LinkedUp podcast brings Susan Maynor, educator, visual storyteller, and creative, to chat about specific ideas and inspirations for design and project-based learning.
Green screens have been around in the movie industry for years. Today, educators have access to green screen technology that is easy to use in the classroom! On Episode 41, we bring on two green screen experts, Gustave Karagrozis and Erika Sandstrom to chat about how to use this powerful learning tool.
Join the LinkedUp podcast for a discussion with educational leaders from around the world. We are chatting about silver linings during the global pandemic with Mark Goldhawk, Kenneth Umoh, and Christine Sipos who all share an equal love for innovative curriculum.
Co-Founder of Thinknado, entrepreneur, connector of dots and people - Brandt Williams is a strategist with a knack for transforming ideas into successful ventures. Join us for this insightful podcast as we chat with Brandt about Thinknado and how to free your brain for real creativity and real problem-solving.
Education leaders know that ISTE is the premiere international conference, but how do you have a conference for over 15,000 people during a pandemic? In this episode, Liz Lee, Director of Online Learning at ISTE, gives us an inside look into the conference and what is on the agenda in 2020.
eSports are sweeping the nation and they have been a gamechanger! Tune into this episode to hear from Chris Aviles and Nate Simons, two coaches who have brought innovative eSports programs to their schools. They talk about the setup, rigor, and positive outcomes of integrating electronic sports into their institutions.