This week’s EdTech Chat ‘n Chew Podcast features an endearingly retro Match Game-spoof wherein a panel of enthusiastic teachers compete for “fabulous-ish type prizes.”
They are students and teachers. Entrepreneurs and evangelists. Reformers and bloggers. STEM-loving power brokers and Ph.D-having science geeks. Whether or not you agree or disagree with our list-makers: They’re a force to be reckoned with.
One of the biggest trends in edtech is the rise of the education tablet. Apple’s iPad, Rupert Murdoch’s Amplify and Microsoft’s Surface, among others, have been grabbing all the headlines and dominating the market share. But there’s an education tablet winning awards – and high praise from educators – that you might not have heard about.
The fourth annual SXSW Education Conference (#swswedu) drew more buzz than ever before as educators and edupreneurs butted heads on a range of hot-button issues.
Tuesday, at The 7th Annual Crunchie Awards (the tech industry’s version of the Oscars hosted by Techcrunch), edupreneurs were represented in full force in the “Best Education Startup” category. The winner of this year’s Best Education Startup is Duolingo.