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Jo Nolan: Why conversation is the key to creative learning

Jo Nolan: Why conversation is the key to creative learning

Our guest in this episode is Jo Nolan, who is the managing director of cultural development agency Screen South. Now, what’s a cultural development agency I hear you ask? Well, Screen South connect artists, film-makers and digital creatives with funding opportunities...

Jordan Buckner: The value of teaching where your learners are

Jordan Buckner: The value of teaching where your learners are

Jordan Buckner is a film-maker, artist and lecturer in animation. In response to lockdown, he moved his teaching into online spaces that his students were already using - particularly Twitch and Discord. The result was not only minimal disruption to students' learning...

Allan Atlee: How creative higher education is responding to COVID

Allan Atlee: How creative higher education is responding to COVID

  In this week’s podcast, we’re privileged to talk with Allan Atlee. Allan recently took up the role of Deputy Director at the Glasgow School of Art, and is the former Dean of Academic Strategy at Central Saint Martins in London. Apart from being a highly...

Emma Henry: why gamification often fails

Emma Henry: why gamification often fails

Emma Henry is a learning designer who helps businesses develop products and apps that have a positive impact on learning. She's also a gamification ninja, and regularly helps companies align their products more clearly with learners' needs. In this episode, Emma...

Dr Emi Garzitto: Managing conflict in remote learning and working

Dr Emi Garzitto: Managing conflict in remote learning and working

Dr Emi Garzitto is a conflict coach and workplace climate specialist. For years, Emi has been doing awesome work in schools to help kids deal with conflict, and she’s now helping people and businesses adopt conflict resolution strategies to improve outcomes. In this...

David James: How data and experiments can save L&D

David James: How data and experiments can save L&D

David James is Chief Learning Officer at Looop, where he helps businesses use a data-driven approach to solving business problems with Learning and Development. In this episode, David argues how using data and a resource-based approach to supporting employees can help...

Helen Curston: The need for social rituals in online learning

Helen Curston: The need for social rituals in online learning

Helen Curston is a former broadcast journalist and BBC TV producer, and her current role is Programme Director for Television Production, Computer Animation Arts and Games at the University for the Creative Arts. In this episode, Helen shares her experiences of...