Tagged with k-12 education

How to Improve Email Response and ROI

How to Improve Email Response and ROI

How many education product emails do you think educators receive on a daily basis? It might be less than you think! Agile’s February 2017 survey found educators receive less than 20 education product emails a day. This means email can still be effective for your company. So how can you improve the response rate and … Continue reading

Tips and Tricks: Starting a Coding Program

Tips and Tricks: Starting a Coding Program

K-12 coding and computer programing has peaked teachers’ interest over the years in many districts. This is partially due to our nation’s need for computer programing graduates for fill jobs. Even with increased interest in computer science among teachers, only 40% of schools teach computer programing. If you’re talking to a district who wants to … Continue reading

AR and VR Spending Expected to Double

AR and VR Spending Expected to Double

Spending on augmented and virtual reality will double in 2018 according to the International Data Corp. Spending is expected to be $17.8 billion in 2018, up from $9.1 billion in 2017. However, the growth will not stop there.  IDC also predicts spending will grow by 98.8% every year through 2021.  The distribution sector will lead the … Continue reading

Federal Education Funding: What You Should Know

Federal Education Funding: What You Should Know

We are still uncertain about the FY17-18 federal education budget. With this uncertainty, make sure your customers know about the shifts in funding. Agile Education highlights what they need to know in the infographic below. Please share any additional information you have in the comments below.  Source: Agile Education Marketing

The Flipped Classroom

Education is moving irreversibly towards personalized, tech-driven instruction models. One of the most compelling models to arise out of this trend is the flipped classroom model. Our dear friends at Techsmith define the flipped classroom as follows: A reversed teaching model that delivers instruction at home through interactive, teacher-created videos and moves “homework” to the … Continue reading