This CEO Was Anti-Technology. Now She Runs an Ed-Tech Company that Relies on Digital Tools.

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Now She Runs an Ed-Tech Company that Relies on Digital Tools. The founder of Move This World realized that videos and technology allowed her to share her social-emotional learning products and strategies with more schools and students. The post This CEO Was Anti-Technology.

10 Top Companies That Love To Hire Teachers

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Headquartered in the UK, they seek to create a variety of educational programs and tools that improve education worldwide. Voted #1 Best Place to Work on Glassdoor by employees’ choice in 2019, and Best CEO in 2018, this education company comes well recommended.

Video Observation Company Introduces Low-Tech Tripod Tool

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“Whether educators are using smartphones or tablets for filming, the paper tripod is designed to work for most mobile devices popular today,” said Adam Geller, founder and CEO of Edthena

Recruiter.com: Ten Tech Tools Your Staffing Company Should Adopt

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SkillSurvey’s online reference checking makes the list of top technology tools staffing companies should have in their arsenal to stay ahead. News hiring managers hiring trends reference checking staffing and recruiting

10 Companies Hiring Teachers Over the Summer

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If you are a teacher looking for a summer gig, or unique ways to make extra money over your break, please find 10 companies hiring now. Varsity Tutors is a nationally recognized company that connects students with personalized tutoring services in both academic and test prep subject areas.

Tech Company Drops Conference Swag in Favor of 13,000 School Donations

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That’s the number of items and school supplies recently donated by the San Francisco-based tech company Okta. Conference-goers to the company’s annual Bay Area event didn’t come away with any “swag” this year.

5 Creative “Googley” Tech Tools to Get Kids Creating

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A Student Improved a Classroom Tech Solution—So the Company Hired Him

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He had learned some coding and development on his own through freeCodeCamp.org , and he had polished some of those skills doing work for a small WordPress related company. Because of privacy laws, the company can’t directly contact its biggest segment of end users. “It’s

Our 4 Do’s and Don’ts for Companies Selling to Schools

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Software, guest speakers, singing groups, hardware, professional development programs, online courses, observation tools, data solutions—we’ve received pitches aimed at solving almost every educational problem, real or perceived. Company reps think they are providing a useful onramp.

Companies Invest in Preparing K–12 Students as Older Sectors Become Tech Integrated

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Companies Invest in Preparing K–12 Students as Older Sectors Become Tech Integrated. Increased STEM funding from private companies comes as Americans raise concerns over the attention science, technology, engineering and math classes get in the U.S.

Top Posts of 2018 Focus on Big Education Companies and Popularity of Digital Tools

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The post Top Posts of 2018 Focus on Big Education Companies and Popularity of Digital Tools appeared first on Market Brief. What were the biggest news stories about the K-12 market in 2018? Check out Marketplace K-12's 10 most popular blog posts over the past year.

7 Productivity Power Tools for the Busy Educator

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Become more productive today with these seven tools from Dr. Frank Buck. 7 Productivity Power Tools for the Busy Educator. We’re going to talk about seven productivity power tools for the busy educator. So Frank, what is your first tool? Tool #1 Toodledo.

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Should Teachers Take Cash from Edtech Companies?

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When she was in the classroom, Jenny Herrera remembers feeling resentful whenever the school principal would email teachers telling them they needed to stay after school to give feedback to edtech companies. The ethics of teachers advising and working with edtech companies received a lot of attention when the New York Times published a piece on the subject last fall. But, it’s a “pretty big district,” and implementing a tool system-wide requires making sure it works.

Does Your Company Really Need AI? Stanford Executive Course Aims to Demystify the Hype

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Artificial intelligence has become a ubiquitous buzzword for tech companies these days, but even though all kinds of founders and CEOs say their product is infused with AI, the meaning of the term varies from advanced machine learning to a smart spreadsheet.

3 Ways a Company Can Personalize Its Support for Teachers

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But what does it mean for a company to personalize its support for the teachers who use its product? School leader, Jordan Silvestri and Kiddom representative, Melissa Giroux, describe what it takes for an edtech company to deliver the kind of personalized experience to its customers that teachers give to their students. Companies, too, need to build that kind of inquiry into every step of their work with educators. Education is awash with efforts to personalize learning.

A Welder of Digital Curriculum Companies Buys Its Latest

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Little did they know then that the first word in its name would become a fitting pun for the private equity firm’s consolidation of education companies. Last week, the firm announced what will be its 14th deal: Glynlyon , a digital curriculum company based in Chandler, Ariz. He ran Kaplan as its CEO from 1994 to 2008, during which he oversaw 67 acquisitions and more than doubled the company’s revenue—to nearly $2 billion —by the time he left.

5 Free Tech Tools to Try in Your Social Studies Lessons (#3 Episode of Season 3)

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In today’s show, he talks about top free tech tools to try in social studies lessons. The company who sponsored it compensated me via cash payment, gift, or something else of value to include a reference to their product.

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5 Free Tech Tools to Try in Your Social Studies Lessons

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In today’s show, he talks about top free tech tools to try in social studies lessons. 5 Free Tech Tools to Try in Your Social Studies Lessons. We’re talking about five free tech tools to try in social studies lessons! Tool #1: Make Bookshelves in Google Books. Free tool.

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Top 5 new EdTech tools that you might use in your university

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5 New EdTech tools to watch. In this post, we will show you the top five new techno tools that you might use in your university. With such tools at your disposal, you can not only discuss certain themes but also show them to the students.

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Cool Cat Teacher’s 31 Favorite Everyday Tools I’m Using Right Now #edtech

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A special Valentine's Day Episode of 10MT with Links to Tools and Tech I Use From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. I’m showing love to my dear teacher friends by just sharing all the tools and tips that have me excited right now.

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Innovation is More Than an Idea or Tool

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One can look at numerous companies and develop his or her conclusions. Not only did both of these companies disrupt their respective industries, but both have evidence in the form of users and revenue to validate that their solutions were genuinely innovative.

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Top Tech Tools for Kids Who Struggle to Read and Write

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Dr. Brian Friedlander discusses the top tech tools for kids who struggle to read and write. From voice dictation to word suggestion and more, this podcast talks about the practical tools that will help kids empower themselves to learn. Tool #1: Read and Write for Google Docs.

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?How Edtech Companies Are Getting a Foothold in the Classroom

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An answer to that lies in the partnerships between companies and the schools they sell to. companies ranging from robotics to assessment tools showed up to share how they plan to bridge this gap. Here are some of the ways edtech companies say they are working with educators to create—and sell—products that succeed in the marketplace and the classroom. They provide insights, tips and stories of classroom product implementation to those curious about the company.

IMMERSION: Our Hands-on, Info-Packed Event Just for Edtech Companies

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Here’s the plan: MORNING: We’ll get an in-depth look at running an edtech company from startup through growth from the cofounder of Remind, Brett Kopf, and the company's CEO, Brian Grey. We’ll also have short spotlight talks about some of the tools and services you need to be effective. On April 7, EdSurge will host a one-day clinic on building your edtech business called EdSurge IMMERSION.

?5 Things Community College Administrators Wish Edtech Companies Would Do

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Tools need to be designed for community colleges. There’s no one-size fits all tool, and administrators today say they wish they had more products designed for their particular type of institution. “So Des Moines Area Community College in Iowa echoes Teti’s wish, but says edtech companies need to look beyond traditional higher-ed models and think about what kinds of problems two-year institutions and trade schools face. Better tools for remote learners.

CatchOn Joins the Education Networks of America Family of Companies

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JUNE 26, 2018 In a move that enhances its mission of supporting education institutions and libraries, Education Networks of America ® (ENA) today announced that Dallas-based education technology company CatchOn, Inc has joined the ENA family of companies. NASHVILLE, TENN.

Companies Are Bought, Not Sold: M&A Advice From 3 Edtech CEOs Who Survived the Process

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Launched from garages and tech accelerators, startup after startup burst onto the scene with technology tools for the education market. The industry has since consolidated, due in part to an uptick in mergers and acquisitions by education companies and private equity firms. So what is it like—and what does it take—to sell a company? She and her fellow panelists all also agreed on another thing: Companies are bought, not sold.

MobyMax Wins 2018 Tech Edvocate Award for Best Global EdTech Company

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was awarded the 2018 Tech Edvocate Award for Best Global EdTech Company. was awarded the 2018 Tech Edvocate Award for Best Global EdTech Company. It’s no secret that digital solutions are growing and that print companies are struggling.

Is Running a Company Like Leading a Classroom? Steve Blank on Entrepreneurship and Education

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Blank: As an entrepreneur in the 20th century, we were told in not so many words that startups were nothing more than smaller versions of large companies. The big idea is that VCs simply assumed that any failure to execute the plan was a failure of the founders or the key people in the company. The big idea was that startups were trying to copy what large companies did. Well, large companies execute known business models.

What Happens to Student Data Privacy When Chinese Firms Acquire U.S. Edtech Companies?

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These concerns are only heightened as Chinese investors turn their attention to the United States education technology space acquiring companies with millions of public school users. There is a concern that data is now a strategic resource, and that acquiring companies for their large data sets could be a means by which China could undermine the strategic influence of the United States. companies seeking to expand overseas.

This Company Wants to Gather Student Brainwave Data to Measure ‘Engagement’

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The company says it has a working prototype and is in conversations with a Long Island school to pilot the headset. The company’s CEO has said that BrainCo aims to develop a tool that can translate thoughts directly into text, or “brain typing.” To support that work, the company plans to use data collected from students using its headsets to compile “the world’s largest brainwave database.” But the company has also faced less enthusiastic reviews.

New Curriculum Associates Website Weaves Customer Narrative into Product and Company Story

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September 10, 2018—success stories from educators, administrators, and most importantly, students, which bring the company’s tools and service offerings to life. In its design, we put educators and students first in sharing how our company and tools support teaching and impact learning.”

CatchOn Joins the Education Networks of America Family of Companies

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Education Networks of America ® (ENA) today announced that Dallas-based education technology company CatchOn, Inc has joined the ENA family of companies. The deal pairs ENA’s comprehensive infrastructure technology and support services with CatchOn’s software as a service tool that provides data about ed tech usage in U.S.

Blackboard Co-Founder Urges ‘Disarmament’ Between Edtech Companies and Academics

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Matthew Pittinsky wants the equivalent of disarmament talks between edtech companies and colleges. You could begin to do grading and different kinds of instructional tools. There are many tools in Blackboard, and there are many parts of the software that don’t get used by most professors. Then there’s the 80 percent of tools that only 20 percent of faculty talk about, because they’re specific to a particular discipline. You mentioned Parchment, your new company.

Privacy Tool fr @CommonSenseEd Pushes Companies to Make Safer Sites

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We know what tools support great pedagogy, but it gets murky when we lift the hood to see what is underneath in terms of safety, privacy, security, and compliance. It is the innovative educators who are trying the newest tools and pushing the companies to update their platform in terms of privacy and pedagogy. If you’re an innovative educator the question of student data and privacy comes up frequently.

Top K–12 Tech Tools for Teaching STEM

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Top K–12 Tech Tools for Teaching STEM. As companies and market experts forecast computer science and engineering skills as crucial to the future workforce , K–12 schools have been rapidly developing STEM programs in order to prepare their students to be the employees of tomorrow. . “[It’s]

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5 Ideas to Change Teaching with Digital Tools

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5 Ideas to Change Teaching with Digital Tools. But today we’re going to talk about five ideas to change teaching with digital tools. OK, so we have five ideas to change things teaching with digital tools. This company has no impact on the editorial content of the show.

How Tech Companies Woo Higher Ed (and What They Seek in Return)

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But Christmas came early for some higher-ed institutions in the form of freebies and discounts from big technology companies. But these efforts are part of a longer-term strategy for these companies to train future workers in their technology. In October, the company and The Ohio State University announced a multi-part collaboration. In 1999 the company and the University of Pittsburgh opened an “Academic Java Center” meant to train and certify students in Java technology.

Media companies partner for bilingual early childhood ed

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Hispanic, non-commercial, Spanish-language media company delivering education programming, are launching a multi-platform partnership designed to cross language barriers and connect with families. Digital Learning and Tools News Top News

Edtech Company Learning.com Named Oregon Top Workplace for Third Consecutive Year

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The company works with more than 2,500 school districts and serves five million students from 21 countries around the world.