About Class Futures 🏛
Class Futures is a running a series of podcasts this year profiling innovators, educators and learners from around the world. The podcasts, which are delivered as a free email newsletter, take a fun and honest question and answer (Q&A) format. The series features people from a mixture of different backgrounds including education, business and technology, who are leading and innovating in their field.
The aim of the Class Futures newsletter is simply to share ideas, experiences and knowledge in this exciting space of education and technology. Join me on my global journey; it is free to subscribe to and you can join the community on Twitter.
Why subscribe? 🎧 📧
Firstly, it’s free. By subscribing you get full access to the newsletter and podcasts so you won’t have to worry about missing anything. Every new edition of the newsletter and podcast is sent straight to your inbox. It is a neat and organised way of staying up to date so you can learn about different personalities in the education and EdTech space. You can also unsubscribe at any time.
Some mentions ❤️
Class Futures 🇺🇦 🌍 @ClassFuturesNew episode: @TaraLifBaum of @soraschools on how the online school started, organising self-directed learning, how to develop new skills, pupil motivation, and why the future of learning looks like work. #education #edtech #learning https://t.co/KtOrz1q4T2
Want to feature? 🎙📝
There’s no specific schedule for the different people who feature on Class Features. The space is changing all the time and people have different schedules. I try a setup an initial call to talk about ideas for the podcast and then setup a specific time for a short recording. I like to keep the interviews to maximum of 15 minutes, so often 30 minutes in total is plenty. I am always on the look out for different people to feature so if you’re reading this and thinking “that’s me'“, please do get in touch or book directly here.
To get in touch you can message Class Futures or myself on Twitter.
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