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In this podcast you will learn –
1. How AI and facial recognition technologies are changing how students learn
2. The role of poets in a world obsessed with quants
3. Practical ways of augmenting learning by combining deep tech and teacher training
4. Specific interventions by different counties such as Finland, China, South Korea to make students ready for the 21st century

Alex has worked in education for a decade. After starting out as an English teacher in a London comprehensive, he completed his MA at the Institute of Education before joining Teach For All, a growing global network of organizations working to ensure that the next generation fulfil their potential. He is fortunate to spend his time travelling the world in search of the practices that will shape the future of learning and has written about his experiences for the Guardian, Financial Times, Evening Standard, Independent and Wired. His book Natural Born Learners is a user’s guide to transforming learning in the twenty-first century, taking readers on a dazzling global tour into the future of education, from Silicon Valley to Seoul, Helsinki to Hounslow.

Read his latest article Can computers ever replace the classroom? for The Guardian.

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