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EdSurge Podcast

A weekly podcast about the future of learning. Join host Jeff Young and other EdSurge reporters as they sit down with educators, innovators and scholars for frank and in-depth conversations.

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Recent Episodes of EdSurge Podcast


Should College Become Part of High School? (Doubting College, Ep. 5)

Should College Become Part of High School? (Doubting College, Ep. 5)

As more students question the value of college, more high schools are bringing college options into their walls. In the latest installment of our Doubting College series, we visit a high school where students can earn a two-year degree without leaving the building, and where students can also get a jump on other career options that don’t require higher education.

Episode 11 June 2024 42m and 8s


Should Chatbots Tutor? Dissecting That Viral AI Demo With Sal Khan and His Son

Should Chatbots Tutor? Dissecting That Viral AI Demo With Sal Khan and His Son

Should AI chatbots be used as tutors? Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy, has become one of the most vocal proponents of the idea, and he and his son are featured in a recent demo of ChatGPT’s latest version. But some teaching experts say tutoring should be reserved for humans who can motivate and understand the students they work with. For this week’s EdSurge Podcast, we talked with Khan to hear more about his vision of AI tutors and the arguments from his recent book.

Episode 4 June 2024 55m and 28s


How Instructors Are Adapting to a Rise in Student Disengagement (Encore Episode)

How Instructors Are Adapting to a Rise in Student Disengagement (Encore Episode)

Professors are finding that they can’t just go back to teaching as they did before the pandemic and expect the same result. It takes more these days to hold student attention, and convince them to show up. This week we’re rebroadcasting this episode that was reported from the back of large lecture classes to see how teaching is changing. The episode recently won a national award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors.

Episode 28 May 2024 30m and 39s


What Brain Science Says About How to Better Teach Teenagers

What Brain Science Says About How to Better Teach Teenagers

One author who spent years researching what brain science says about adolescent learners says their behavior shouldn’t be seen as “deviant” or “immature,” but as a “time of possibility.” And this researcher, Ellen Galinsky, has strong feelings about how to address phones and social media in schools. Read a partial transcript and see show notes at EdSurge: https://www.edsurge.com/news/2024-05-21-what-brain-science-says-about-how-to-better-teach-teenagers

Episode 21 May 2024 42m and 11s


High School Students Want Answers Before Heading to Campus (Doubting College, Ep. 4)

High School Students Want Answers Before Heading to Campus (Doubting College, Ep. 4)

Today’s high school students are asking more skeptical questions about whether to go to college, or when to go. For this week’s podcast, we visited a career fair at one public high school to ask about the changing ways that high school counselors and education leaders are presenting those choices, and what these students think about their options.

Episode 14 May 2024 25m and 44s


Can ‘Linguistic Fingerprinting’ Guard Against AI Cheating?

Can ‘Linguistic Fingerprinting’ Guard Against AI Cheating?

Some educators are trying a different approach to guarding against AI cheating — a “linguistic fingerprinting” technique that borrows a page from the playbook of criminal investigations.

Episode 7 May 2024 47m and 3s


A Scholar Hopes to Diversify the Narrative Around Undocumented Students

A Scholar Hopes to Diversify the Narrative Around Undocumented Students

Felecia Russell was born in Jamaica but moved to Los Angeles as a kid. It wasn’t until she started to apply for college that she learned that she was undocumented, which she worried could derail her dreams. She tells her story in a new book, “Amplifying Black Undocumented Student Voices in Higher Education,” which she hopes will help “diversify the narrative” about immigration and education.

Episode 30 April 2024 47m and 33s


Why a New Teaching Approach is Going Viral on Social Media (Encore Episode)

Why a New Teaching Approach is Going Viral on Social Media (Encore Episode)

When a professor’s research showed that standard methods of teaching problem-solving weren’t working, he set out to figure out what led to more student thinking. His resulting approach is spreading through classrooms, helped by teachers sharing examples on social media. This is a reissue of an episode that first ran in November.

Episode 23 April 2024 1h, 6m and 19s


Whatever Happened to Building a Metaverse for Education?

Whatever Happened to Building a Metaverse for Education?

Two years ago the metaverse was getting all the buzz in education circles (and hardly anyone was talking about AI). We checked back in with two educators at the forefront of building a virtual realm for education to see where they see things going now that the hype has faded.

Episode 16 April 2024 43m and 46s


How VR Can Be an ‘Empathy Machine’ for Education

How VR Can Be an ‘Empathy Machine’ for Education

The biggest reason to use VR in education is to tap into a student’s emotional response through immersive experiences, argues Maya Georgieva, director of The New School’s Innovation Center and a leading voice about where VR is headed. Hear her insights in this new interview. Find more details and show notes at: https://www.edsurge.com/news/2024-04-05-how-vr-can-be-an-empathy-machine-for-education

Episode 9 April 2024 51m and 53s

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