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Deep research and development helped startup Listenwise create a unique multiple choice, auto-graded quiz to assess listening skills.
Ed-tech products’ use of strong images can help students retain and absorb new information.
If you’re running an ed-tech business, it’s imperative to speak with educators to find out how your product will be used and what modifications might be needed.
Even the best teachers can be reluctant to use new technology in the classroom. Here are some ways to overcome that.
Fundraising takes a lot of time. As an ed-tech startup, you have to raise money and grow the company at the same time.
Research that shows your product does what it claims for students and teachers is important. But how do you get it?
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Developing relationships with educators and addressing their pain points will prompt them to evangelize for your product.
At Communication APPtitude we developed our product before our business plan. For us, it worked.