For all its controversy, the SAT better correlates more strongly with high school students’ declining reading abilities than does GPA.
Education technology won’t be adopted by educators on a regular basis unless it’s packaged in familiar ways.
Inspiring students to make your ed-tech tool a habit is key to building demand for your product.
Making ed tech sustainable means creating new habits among students, teachers, and school administrations.
Digital tools can change the way student and teachers develop a “growth mindset.”
Technology could make standardized testing redundant, flipped classroom practices will progress, and equitable funding could be within reach.
With ed-tech, schools shouldn’t have to choose between philosophies of segmentation and collaboration when dealing with differing student abilities.
Propelling student engagement means navigating the logistics of students’ daily lives.
We learned to change the focus of our product for students from perfection to skill-building and critical thinking.
After finding barriers to entry in the K-12 marketplace, we’re taking a backdoor approach through summer reading.