Mike catches up with Rohit Bhargava to talk about the latest edition of the Non-Obvious. They discuss through the fifteen predictions in this year's edition, the process Rohit and his team use to cultivate, curate, and crystalize their topics, and just how to challenge yourself to see counter-trends in the world.
Brandon, Mike, and Dan take a look in their respective crystal balls for what topics will be trending in learning and education this year. Each co-host offers up two predictions each on subjects they think will "get some action" in the coming year. What new portmanteau does Brandon roll out? How do you "nappuccino" and why is Mike all in? Why will Social Emotional Learning go digital according to Dan?
:10 - Welcome
1:48 - Mike discusses time hacks
6:52 - Brandon introduces kidsolving
11:28 - Dan pitches SEL going digital
14:39 - SABRLearning and the quantified self from Mike
17:00 - Brandon talks strengthsing in 2018
22:38 - Dan rounds out the predictions with Grassroots Play
Dan, Mike, and Brandon take a look at Slate's decision to go all in on audio and text. They discuss the power of mixed media and how the hard turn and pivot to video may have missed its mark.
Mike, Brandon, and Dan take a second look at CES 2018 to discuss some great review articles and the awards handed out. Mike shares one of his favorite stories that tugs at Brandon's heartstrings. The trio breaks down some more robot talk and Forbes top 18 trends from the event.
We take a look at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and try to find what trends are most exciting. From the blackout to the robots and beyond, we have you covered. What dating app is trying to get into the business networking world? How did LG’s kitchen robot presentation fail? All that and a trip outside the walls of CES for an unexpected robot art installation.
We turn our attention to the new year and what trends might be hottest in 2018. Brandon discusses his move away from a social media platform, Mike discusses some macro trends around attention economy, and the trio tackle the latest predictions from NPR on Education.
We take a look back at our own best of with this clip show from 2017's best guests. On this show, you'll hear from Bror Saxberg, Nancy Sanchez, Rohit Bhargava, Esther Lee, and Kisha Henry. They all brought great content to the podcast and each of their episodes is available wherever you listen.
We put a bow on 2017 in our final episode of the year. We take some time to look back on our favorite topics, episodes, and guests. We also look forward to 2018 and discuss which topics we think will be most important and the biggest trends in the year to come.
On this week's podcast, we turn our focus to the world of trivia. We talk about the fast rising app, HQ Trivia, Jeopardy, pub trivia and more. We look for the reasons why we enjoy trivia so much and what ties it may have to education. We debate the ethical issues with googling of trivia answers and more. Dan also misprounces etymology as entomology, twice.
One of the top trends we are looking forward to track in 2018 is digital citzenship. What does it mean to be a digital citizen in the 21st Century? How does it fit into our current curriculum in schools? How can adult learners put their best foot forward on the digital space? We discuss our own experiences and what we think will be the necessary skills in 2018.