Category Archives: K-12

Photo via

Deep Practice: The Vital Edge in Math Achievement

A Seven-Part Series | Part One by Robert Sun Daniel Coyle’s book, The Talent Code, was considered groundbreaking in many circles because it provided strong insight into how, and why, “talent” can be acquired by virtually anyone. Most of us assume that talent is something people are born with. Coyle showed that under the right conditions, virtually anyone can become […]

» Read more
Creative Company Conference 2011

Upcoming EdTech Conferences in Massachusetts

Take a look at all the upcoming education and edtech conferences coming up in the state and stay up-to-date on technology, pedagogy, and trends.

» Read more

Q&A With Justin Chando, CEO of Chalkup

Interview with Justin Chando, CEO of Chalkup.

» Read more

Q&A with Meir Lebi, CEO of Learni

Q&A With Meir Lebi, CEO of Learni, an Israeli edtech startup, developer of real-time lesson management tools for one-to-one type of classroom environment, focusing on the K-12 education market.

» Read more

Can Technology Do For Math Students What It Did For WWII Pilots?

Robert Sun, CEO of First in Math, compares the learning gap challenge to training WWII pilots.

» Read more

Q&A with Scott Welch, Co-founder of Edsby.

Q&A interview with Scott Welch of Edsby.

» Read more

How One Blended Learning High School Uses its Data

Blended learning schools are rich in data, so it only makes sense that they leverage it. One school is really putting their data to work.

» Read more

Q&A With Jack Macleod, President of Alma

Q&A with President of Alma, Jack Macleod. Alma develops a single, cloud-based platform combining features of LMS and SIS, as well data.

» Read more

First Year Mistakes

Pembroke principal David Summergrad talks about how first year teaching could be different with technology

» Read more

Q&A with Greg Wright, CEO of Naiku

Q&A with Greg Wright, CEO of Naiku – a company that develops and provides cloud-based classroom assessment software.

» Read more
1 2 3 121