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Second grade teacher

What a great collaborative

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What a great collaborative event! It was refreshing to read about these innovative startups. They are certainly easy for classroom teachers to use and implement right away. I was impressed by the fact that people were spending the weekend collaborating and doing rather than just talking about great ideas that would assist educators. I loved GoalBook. This seems like a wonderful tool to use to document interventions for RTI. Keep up the good work!

Founder of Alumn.us

Agreed.

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Last week, Kalimah Priforce (founder of Qeyno) and I attended a strategic planning session for a large organization that promotes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics majors and careers to young girls. The org has reached hundreds of thousands of girls through conferences highlighting STEM and women who have made a difference in their STEM-related profession. But follow-up programs and services are needed; a user-friendly career-exploration game like Qeyno would be transformative.

Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Very True.

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Qeyno and Stacks were very strong concepts -- the key is implementation and as you mentioned, distribution. Imagine if an entire education system was using one tech platform to share ideas/data and collaborate. Thanks for your comment!

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Qeyno and Stacks sound like potential successes, concept-wise. Stacks could evolve into a strong educators' network where resources can be more easily shared across different countries and education systems.

Engaging the Digital Kids

Qeyno and Stacks sound like

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Qeyno and Stacks sound like potential successes, concept-wise. Stacks could evolve into a strong educators' network where resources can be more easily shared across different countries and education systems.

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