In her recent interview with Katie Krimistos (host of “Biz Women Rock”), Laurie Kreindler offers a compelling and nuanced look at the evolution of her lifelong entrepreneurial path from telling stories through film, to telling stories through problem-based, STEM curricula.
For over 20 years, Fraser has been working with top-level educators and students to churn out delectable curriculum that entices even the most math-intolerant. Here are the results…
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.
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.