There’s a lot of information to soak up at SXSWedu. But it’s also an opportunity to make important startup connections.
Good news for parents concerned about kids getting too much screen time: It’s possible to teach computer science concepts to very young kids without using computers at all.
When an ed-tech titan starts giving away valuable tools for free, startups might think about the adage, “If you can’t beat them, join them.”
Generally speaking, incubators and accelerators are a great way to move your needle forward, as long as you have realistic expectations and are prepared to work at it.
The best way to create a perfect pitch deck is to create one basic version that has “good bones” and then customize it for each investor.
The rise of artificial intelligence and its application to education means educators and startups needs to rethink how it can be applied in the classroom.
Because ed-tech products may cross the lines of several budget areas, schools can be creative in finding the funds to pay for them.
The benefits of a second round through an ed-tech accelerator are exponential.
What to do when you’re sure people will love your startup product, but they just haven’t realized it yet.
Customers’ needs and wants prompted Listenwise to add new features and resources to the product. Customer feedback is key.