The majority of classrooms are connected to the Internet, but that doesn’t mean they have the capabilities to use digital tools as intended. Slow broadband was impeding teachers’ use of our product, so we had to adapt.
Here’s why flipping professional development for teachers makes sense.
Don’t undertake a name change for your company lightly, but if it’s the correct strategy, here’s how to do it.
A new way to weed through YouTube videos for the ones that illustrate lessons best.
Teachers often ask us for tips on the easiest way to get started with video creation. Here are three very simple, free tools with no learning curve.
We’ve been on the forefront of ed-tech efforts around the sharing and creation of videos for teachers. But being a leader in the space also means being the first to grapple with new difficulties.
eduCanon, which launched in 2013, hasn’t been around for decades, but it has grown beyond most people’s vision of an accelerator-stage startup. However, we recently found two accelerator programs invaluable.
New research on how schools are using the ed-tech software and technology they purchase shows schools are not maximizing their investments. Often educators aren’t even using the products in the classroom.
You might not know their technical names, but if these digital tools are working well, school and classroom ed-tech applications will run smoother. Are yours working?
The buyer’s needs in education are often shaped by the policy context of the education system. That means products are shaped by those policies too.