Voices of eLearning: Introducing Season 3

March 30, 2023

Voices of eLearning is back with a new season of educational insights in the digital age. This third season promises new topics, new guests, and a revisiting of a few areas still making headlines in education today. Teacher shortages haven’t ceased, and education is continually adjusting to life after the pandemic.

“We have to continue to learn from all the things we had to endure, and advance technology- wise during the pandemic, and have conversations about what to keep, and what to hopefully never have to do again,” JW Marshall, the Voices of eLearning co-host, said. “Because it wasn’t the best for our teachers and our students.”

Co-Hosts, JW Marshall and Leena Marie Saleh, will continue to bring the best education and technology leaders to the show to explore the latest trends in EdTech, teaching, and leadership.

In this season 3 introductory episode, Marshall and Saleh highlight ongoing education needs and what’s upcoming on Voices of eLearning…

Filling the gaps in education that the pandemic created

Finding the best teaching strategies and programs

The role AI will play in schools in 2023 and beyond

“It was about a week after we wrapped season two that ChatGPT made its way onto the scene, and it’s been a couple of months now,” Marshall said. “The big reoccurring theme this season is going to be—it’s not a fad; it’s not something that we’re talking about for a few months, and then it kind of dies down, and something else takes the spotlight. It’s here to stay. And it is going to be a game changer.”

About JW

JW Marshall is the VP of Marketing for Summit K12. He is an education technology executive and online learning consultant experienced in internal and external online learning initiatives for businesses. He also provides strategic planning across marketing, sales, customer service, training, implementation, and product development departments. Marshall holds an Executive MBA from Southern Methodist University.

About Leena

Leena Marie Saleh is known as The Edtech Guru. She is a former educator with over ten years of classroom experience. She’s passionate about incorporating modern technology into the classroom to better prepare students for the future workforce. Saleh strongly believes in providing students with critical skills and creating equitable opportunities. She holds an MA in Curriculum and Instruction from the American College of Education.

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