It’s essential to grow your startup’s culture in a deliberate way. As I grow Listenwise, I try to stay focused on the values I embraced in the early days.
Digital tools can change the way student and teachers develop a “growth mindset.”
Schools spend a lot of money on teacher PD, often with little impact. What do we, as vendors and startups, need to do to attract new PD business?
Technology could make standardized testing redundant, flipped classroom practices will progress, and equitable funding could be within reach.
Amazon Inspire’s launch late this summer will benefit teachers with free lesson plans and materials, but what does it mean for ed tech when it centralizes software, too?
When I worked as a public radio reporter, I rarely went to conferences or trade shows.. Now that I’ve made the transition to startup CEO, some conferences are must-attend events. One of them is ISTE.
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.
As a small company, we are always trying to be part of the conversation around ed-tech, especially online. But it can be hard to find your way into the right conversation with the right audience or group.
We learned to change the focus of our product for students from perfection to skill-building and critical thinking.