This MarketScale industry update saw host Daniel Litwin rewelcome special guest Kevin Hogan, host of MarketScale’s Remote Possibilities and edtech industry expert.
But how do EdTech companies go global, and what challenges do they face?
In August, the UN issued a 26-page policy brief on education during COVID-19 and beyond. The UN Secretary General did not mince words when he said the pandemic has created the largest disruption of education...
The education revolution is here. Digitization of learning, although critical, wasn’t on the fast track. The pandemic changed all that.
EdTech Makes Mental Healthcare Accessible for Students: How EmpowerU Works to Meet Students’ COVID...
The Voice of B2B explores how edtech solutions like EmpowerU are creating social and emotional learning spaces for students to seek support.
Educator engagement in digital tools has risen significantly since spring school closures in districts where more than 25% of students are eligible for free and reduced-priced lunch.
In today’s higher education landscape, the collection, appreciation, and usage of data and analytics is not only necessary, it is essential.
Special education needs the tools to thrive in remote and distance settings – fortunately, they’re being made more available than ever.
But when the pandemic hit and schools moved to remote learning environments, many students without computers, tablets, high-speed Internet service or no service whatsoever, faced being left behind the rest of their class.
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.
The steady increase in the usage of EdTech solutions over the few last years jumped suddenly to a much higher degree when the pandemic started. High usage continues to persist, which indicates a breakthrough EdTech...
Daniel Litwin hosts Vlada Lotkina, CEO & Co-founder of ClassTag, to discuss how districts and schools have been adapting to keep parents engaged.
This week Dr. James P. Barber joins the show to discuss the five ways educators can help students integrate learning.
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.
Since the pandemic hit the U.S. in early 2020, K12 and universities have shifted to online learning, but not all have been successful.
With over 220 modern, fun songs, Moosiko allows students to choose their own learning path and progress at their own pace.
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.
I Don’t Care host, Kevin Stevenson, was joined by Mary Ellen Beliveau, CEO of Knowledge to Practice (K2P) for an in-depth discussion on education in the healthcare space.
In this episode, Jena breaks down how educators can crunch the numbers to enhance learning experiences that should be maintained even after this madness has passed.
Zovio CEO Andrew Clark and host JW Marshall talk personalization at scale and powerful edtech solutions.
In this episode, Hardeep talks about how the right analytics and data management techniques can help solve the most pressing education issues, from social emotional learning lapses to digital inequities.