New for 2020, SXSW EDU will feature live podcast sessions throughout the week. These 60-minute conversations will showcase experts on wide-ranging issues in education. Each will be recorded in an intimate setting amongst the live audience at the event.
These conversations will bring a wide variety of experts and perspectives to SXSW EDU to discuss ideas impacting the learning landscape. Media voices include entrepreneur and Emmy-winning journalist, Carlos Watson to Lauren Camera, education reporter for U.S. News & World Report. Podcast host include Alie Ward, Daytime Emmy Award-winning science correspondent for CBS’s “The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation with Mo Rocca,” and host of “Did I Mention Invention?” on the CW.
Additionally, Wednesday the podcast stage will feature a panel with National Public Radio Reporter, Elissa Nadworny, and Executive Producer, Steven Drummond, on engaging students with a national podcast contest.
Monday, March 9
Tales from the Algorithmic Front Lines (EdSurge Podcast)
Podcasting Is Creating a Revolution in Education (Ministry of Ideas)
How Do You Build a Career in EdTech (The K-12 Engineering Education Podcast)
Monday: Project-Based Learning to Vocational Discovery (4 tha Air)
Tuesday, March 10
The Intersection of the Futures of Work & of Education (Work in Progress)
The Rise of Black Content Creators in Academia (Blk + in Grad School)
The 8 Black Hands
Unlocking Student Behavior Challenges (Mindshift)
What Are the Big Education Stories of 2020? (EWA Radio)
Wednesday, March 11
Take the Mic: Amplify & Engage with Storytelling
Ologies: Self-Help Science (Ologies)
The Future of Learning with OZY & HMH (The Future of X)
Trending in Education March Madness 2020 (Trending in Education)
Thursday, March 12
There’s still time to lock in your plans for SXSW EDU, March 9-12, 2020. Register to attend to take part in all of this excitement and more!