As part of this series of videos we include our Global Leaders in Conversation series where, Gaia Learning Founders, Kirstin Coughtrie & Kate Longworth speak with global leaders in their field of education, technology, neurodiversity and parenting to bring together voices and options from across this diverse space we navigate.

Empowering Neurodivergent Voices Strategies for Education and Advocacy

We discuss what we've learnt through our work about the pivotal roles of data, frameworks, accreditation and a joined up approach in keeping children safe and families and communities thriving.

CEO in training

In this business-focused session Kate meets with other leaders across education to look at the challenges of being a CEO and leading a scaling business that champions children, educational transform and inclusivity.

ADHD Works

In this discuss-based session Kirstin speaks with ADHD Works Coach & Author Leanne Maskell. They talk about how the education system needs to change and Kirstin will be sharing all of her best advice to support neurodivergent children.

Kirstin Coughtrie and Selina sameuls

Kirstin Coughtrie & Selina Samuels
Redefining Tutoring and Online Schooling

Kirstin Coughtrie, Co-Founder of Gaia Learning and neurodiversity advocate, and Dr Selina Samuels, an esteemed leader in the realm of education and digital transformation. Based on opposite sides of the globe - Selina in Sydney, Australia and Kirstin in the UK - these two experts bring a uniquely global perspective to the table.

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Kirstin Coughtrie and Dwayne Matthews

Kirstin Coughtrie & Dwayne Matthews

Decoding AI for the future of education: A Parental Perspective

Kirstin Coughtrie, Co-Founder of Gaia Learning, and Dwayne Matthews, Innovation Evangelist and Future of Education Strategist.

After admiring Dwayne's work and vision for the future of education for the past four years on LinkedIn, Kirstin recently had the chance to meet him 'properly' via Zoom. This talk is a continuation of that discussion, centred around their shared optimism for the future of education and concerns about the ethical and sustainable use of AI.