Ed-tech companies conducting research often miss critical steps in gathering information about their products’ effectiveness, and the experiences of teachers and students using them.
A new partnership between U.S. and China-based education companies, and deals by Weld North and Learn Launch were among the recent highlights in the K-12 marketplace.
When it comes to vocabulary instruction, most of the commonly-used instructional techniques, particularly at the middle school and high school levels, tend to favor visual learners. But what about all the auditory and kinesthetic learners?
You just asked a question to your class of 30 students. One student provides the correct answer, but how do you know everyone in the class grasped the concept?
There are over 80,000 apps in the Apple store marked as “educational.” How do educators and schools distinguish the quality applications from the subpar?
A handful of ed-tech startups won $140,000 from the Milken-Penn GSE Education Business Plan Competition Wednesday.
There are lots of great ed-tech tools out there, but which ones should you use in your classroom? To narrow down the choices we asked teachers who are ed-tech experts for their best recommendations.
If you are looking for ways to engage all of your learners, while also supporting the needs of diverse learners, then it’s time to get them to start talking. Here is my four-step method to getting students into the roles of partner, presenter, teammate, and teacher.
Entrepreneurship is a powerful tool that can be used within an established institution to foster innovation and accelerate promising initiatives. Leading a startup project within an organization is called “intrapreneurship” and there are many ways to do that within a school setting.
This week I take a moment to remind us all how this whole thing usually ends up: Most startups fail.