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An interview with Neil Selwyn: The role of technology in education, data analytics and more Ep 10

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In this Episode:

In this week’s OutClassed Podcast, Mike and Blake Speak with Neil Selwyn from Monash University in Australia about the role of technology in schools.

In this episode we discuss a range of topics including:

* The place of data in education and a discussion around assessment
* What role does educational research research play in schools
* Learning analytics and data driven schooling
* Blended learning and advice on how to move forward post COVID and school closures

To see all the OutClassed episodes go to utb.fyi/outclassed

Podcast Episode Highlights:

0:50 Introducing Neil Selwyn
2:05 The role of education research and how should we view it?
12:45 The digital education revolution – why have we not realised our hopes and dreams?
21:30 The place of data in education and a discussion around assessment
25:50 Blended learning and advice on how to move forward post COVID and school closures
33:30 Learning analytics and data driven schooling
53:20 Neil’s book – Should robots replace teachers
104:50 Wins and fails 

Resources mentioned:

Neil’s Twitter 

Nei’s book: Should Robots Replace teachers?

Transcript:

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