Episode 18 Dan Fish Democratising Learning

By Nick Burnett

What does it take to raise and educate amazing kids? How can we best prepare them for the astonishing future that is coming up? The research and everyday options can sometimes seem overwhelming, and so, in this series of podcasts, Nick Burnett and Tony Ryan will offer some practical insights for educators and parents alike. With a focus on 12-year-old Georgie, who will be 32 years old in 2039 AD, they will outline a number of key elements on what is needed to help her live a fulfilling life.

In Episode 18 Nick talks with Dan Fish about:

– The Six D’s of digital transformation
– GO1 – The Spotify of learning
– Cradle to the grave learning
– The opportunity with adding a data layer to learning
– Capturing the learner journey
– Capturing the intangible learning
– How do we identify/assess what is useful?
– The possibilities of using AI/tech to assess and keep the learning record and suggest new learning experiences

Bio for Podcast:

Dan is a futurist, thought leader and entrepreneur in education & technology, Dan is passionate about the important role these industries play at a societal level. After a successful career in advertising he spent a number of years working in child welfare for both international and local NGOs. Here he saw the very real impact education, or a lack there of, could have on the planet. The last 15 years have been spent working for a number of successful technology businesses with a particular leaning towards education, career & the future of work.
Most recently Dan has held leadership positions at Australian success story SEEK and now heads up strategy at GO1; another exciting Australian start-up backed by SEEK, Microsoft and Salesforce in recent rounds of fundraising. Dan believes in the exponential opportunity that now exists, thanks to technology, in helping democratise education and support personalised & contextualised lifelong learning.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-fish-a624b039/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/techfishbowl
Email: dfish@go1.com

You can also visit the company site and find out more about GO1 by clicking on https://www.go1.com