APN Educational Media is today debuting its new, as yet untitled, weekly review podcast. The new show will look at the nurturing and education of people from preschool age (EarlyLearningReview.com.au), through primary and high school (EducationReview.com.au) and into tertiary education (CampusReview.com.au).
The goal of this podcast is provide an informative, lively and entertaining discourse on the major events and stories from the preceding week in education. Moving forward, we hope to include weekly special guests and interviews with key players in the education industry.
In the inaugural edition of the podcast, I am joined by James Wells (Education and Campus Review) and Loren Smith (Early Learning Review) to chat about four of the big stories from the week just past.
In Part 1, we look at RMIT academic Kim Browne’s revealing post about the difficulties talking about her son’s autism. Then, in Part 2, we discuss the nascent issue of transgender bathroom facilities in schools. Part 3 sees us chat ATAR’s effectiveness at ranking students for university and, in Part 4, we try to answer the question, ‘What will the Uber of Universities look like?‘.
Please take the time to listen to the podcast and feel free to provide feedback, either via the comment box below or via email.Do you have an idea for a story?
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