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Showing your EdTech to different audiences

Alumni News, Blog / February 5, 2019

Alison Clark-Wilson and Canan Blake, of EDUCATE’S research team, outline the importance of knowing your audience Learners, teachers, and parents are the main stakeholders of EdTech products and services. It is almost always necessary to know your users – the learners – and the people who are choosing the product for them – often teachers …

By Dorothy

CENTURY Tech news

Alumni News, Events / September 28, 2018

CENTURY Tech, which was one of the first cohort members on the EDUCATE’ programme, was one of 30 winning submissions – and the only on from the UK – in Solve, an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. More than 1,150 applicants from 11 countries took part in the event, presenting live pitches aimed at …

By Brent

Call for ambassadors and business mentors

Alumni News / September 28, 2018

Cooperation and mutual support are part and parcel of being part of the EDUCATE community. Together, we strive to give EdTech entrepreneurs and start-ups the best possible advice and guidance as they design and develop their products and services. As EDUCATE’s profile grows within the education and technology communities, we find ourselves increasingly being asked …

By Brent

Getting to know….Zara Ransley, co-founder and COO of MyPocketSkill

/ September 24, 2018

[videopress AlE3ryen] MyPocketSkill is technology platform and a youth policy and evidence consultancy business. Its aim is to connect young people, aged 13-19 with paid and voluntary opportunities that use their skills and enable them to earn pocket money. MyPocketSkill were part of cohort 3 on the EDUCATE programme and recipients of a ‘Evidence-Aware’ EdWards, presented …

By Brent

Finding (and understanding) related existing research for an EdTech.

/ September 21, 2018

Dr Alison Clark-Wilson Everyone loves the phrase ‘evidence-informed’ EdTech – politicians, school leaders, EdTech founders, learners, investors etc. – but if we unpick this phrase, we’re left asking ‘what is the nature of the evidence?’ and ‘who (or what) is it informing?’ Alongside this, the wide range of research evidence that might relate to an …

By Brent

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