Founder of 3Dux Design Marci Klein shared her story of developing an architecture modeling product with her kids.
But how do EdTech companies go global, and what challenges do they face?
As public education enters 2021, the same challenges persist, and these weren’t simply the result of the pandemic. The actuality of the K12 ecosystem already had plenty of inequity, both socially and digitally
In the workplace, there are constant conversations surrounding how employees can perform better
With COVID, there has been a direct impact in the way students “do science”. Flinn Scientific focuses on students learning how to be able to gather data.
Today, online learning isn’t just an option—it’s a way of life—with microlearning the future of eLearning in academia, corporate learning and life.
Special education needs the tools to thrive in remote and distance settings – fortunately, they’re being made more available than ever.
JW Marshall, Host, Voices of eLearning connected with Rhonda Ashburn, Executive Director, AFSA Education Foundation to discuss the major gap in financial education in schools.
This week Dr. James P. Barber joins the show to discuss the five ways educators can help students integrate learning.
On this episode of Voices of eLearning, host J.W. Marshall explores the types of funding currently available for EdTech entrepreneurs.
The pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the way teachers engage with students, but also created a unique opportunity for teachers to leverage remote classrooms to improve teaching effectiveness.
WGU Labs invents, builds, and invests in EdTech solutions with startups, applying learning science, social psychology, and research
With a proprietary relationship-building technique called the 5-Star Approach, Tyler Small shows that creating meaningful relationships online is possible -- and even easy.
Manning and Johnson both agree that the biggest challenge educators face is taking an in-person class and redesigning it for virtual learning.
While most areas of our day to day lives have changed immensely during the pandemic, students in particular have had no choice but to adapt rapidly to new learning setups.
This week on the Voices of eLearning, Michael Roseman talks about the state of mental health in K-12 before and after COVID-19.
Zovio CEO Andrew Clark and host JW Marshall talk personalization at scale and powerful edtech solutions.
Bites Media’s Nick Farrell and Emily David join host JW Marshall for a discussion on how the company is getting the next generation of middle and high school students engaged with American news and democracy.
Panasonic’s Darryl Krall outlines how the company’s long history in education has prepared it to help educators and students thrive during this time of accelerated change.
HP’s Mike Belcher outlines his work at the intersection of education and technology and how the future of EdTech is taking shape.
Square32 Consulting’s Jennifer Stringer outlines how her experience in education and the pandemic have helped Square32 provide a roadmap for companies entering the education space.
On this special episode of the Voices of eLearning podcast, experts from around the industry lent their insights to questions from the show’s audience to deliver a look at the state of the rapidly shifting...
By 2025, the number of traditional high school graduates going to college will be less. How do they find more students? Working adult learners.
JW was joined by Ron Stefanski, Executive director of sales and marketing for Centric Learning, to talk about project-based learning and its future in a blended educational system.