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The Benefits of Creating a Flexible Classroom

WHAT IS A FLEXIBLE CLASSROOM? Flexibility is hard to define in the classroom setting. Are we referring to the colors on the wall? The lighting? The seating? The way students interact with teachers? The real definition is a combination of all of these things, which makes it difficult to determine how flexible classrooms affect student … Continue reading

Gaming the Education System

Gaming the Education System

  What is gamification? Gamification is a technique that leverages people’s natural desires for socializing, competition, achievement, status, self-expression, altruism or closure. The idea is to apply game-design thinking in non-game applications, and in education that usually means applying game-based concepts to content in order to meet specific learning outcomes. How does gamification help people … Continue reading

How to Reach Educators on Social Media

How to Reach Educators on Social Media

Educators are a niche audience and knowing how to market to them is key. The best medium to reach them is through social media. Educators are using social media to get ideas for lesson plans, hear product reviews, and see product demos. If you aren’t targeting educators on social media, it’s time to get started. … Continue reading

How to Create a Successful STEM Program

How to Create a Successful STEM Program

We’ve been hearing about STEM education for quite some time now. Even though we’ve been talking about STEM for a few years, a poll from 2016 found that only 40% of U.S. schools were offering programming or coding classes. In order to successfully implement a program, educators need to know where to focus their time … Continue reading

How to Develop an Email That Get Results

How to Develop an Email That Get Results

Developing an engaging email to generate leads can take some time. A report from Litmus found that brands spend an average of two weeks brainstorming, writing, designing, coding, testing, and deploying one single email. Agile found that 43 percent of administrators and 41 percent of teachers value email for communicating with education vendors. This means … Continue reading