The Chinese education market, with 180 million students, presents unlimited opportunities for ed-tech startups. But barriers to business remain.
Ed-tech startups need to be patient as their education customers work out the kinks of a new school year.
There’s still a lot of room to innovate in the ed-tech market.
Emerging technologies can help put strategies like standards-based grading and competency-based learning into context for parents, students and teachers.
We can’t expert teachers or students to change the educational experience for the better without equipping them with the right tools.
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Startups can help schools mine education data to measure “fuzzy” traits and abilities, like enthusiasm, joy and teamwork.
Access to high-quality science, technology, engineering and math programs, like coding, from a young age will improve female participation in the technology field.
In the early stages of an ed-tech startup, it’s easy to get distracted from the original mission. Keep asking teachers what problem they need solved.
By getting a strong group of teachers to provide input on a startup product at the beginning, you create a group of future cheerleaders and super-users.