You can’t work all the time. Unless, you’re an entrepreneur (or a teacher), of course, in which case, you are expected to work all the time. But is that sustainable?
With every new technological advance comes the promise of a dramatic transformation in our educational ecosystem. Which one will incite a revolution?
Students can be merciless in their assessment of teacher lessons and presentations. Use those experiences to hone the art of the pitch for startup investors and advisers.
PROFESSORWORD® is now a federal trademark registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. If you’re thinking of registering a federal trademark for your startup, here’s what we learned through the process.
As a startup entrepreneur, you’ll give a lot of presentations: presenting at business plan competitions, showcasing your product to prospective customers, pitching in front of investors. Here is some of the best advice we have heard about how to prepare for presentations.
Some of the same students who were chronically disruptive in one classroom, were attentive and engaged in another. The difference was the teacher and the teaching style employed.
There are an estimated 300 million PowerPoint users in the world delivering an estimated 30 million PowerPoint presentations each day. Here are some other options that might work better in the classroom.
“If it doesn’t make money, then what you’re doing is just a hobby.” What does this statement mean for ed-tech startups?
Startup incubators (and accelerators), which help startups with mentorship, connections, office space, and sometimes capital, are ubiquitous these days. How do you know which incubator is best for you and your startup?
New evidence suggests that it is not just teachers who make engaging and relevant recordings. Students do too.