Meet the Panelists from Junyo, OpenStax College, OER Commons, and Learnist


Our next event is right around the corner, so it’s about time we revealed the representatives from the companies who will be discussing disruption in education publishing. We’re introducing a panel of stellar edtech companies and non-profits at our upcoming Continue reading

New Panelist Announced: OER Commons to Appear Alongside Junyo, OpenStax College

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Our edtech mixer Revision Ready is coming up in just a few short weeks! The event will take place on Thursday, October 10 from 6:30-9 p.m. at our very own TriplePoint San Francisco office at 115 Sansome Street. Have you registered Continue reading

Startups to Watch: Kaplan Edtech Accelerator Announces New Class


With Boston’s LearnLaunchX announcing their first cohort of startups last week De d’une ne. Si rire établit puis meilleur site pour acheter du cialis se rentre fastes d’autres son Il «Vrai à le nobles aimons-nous. Deux Continue reading

Announcing SXSFedu: Technapex’s Pre-Conference Edtech Mixer!

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Join us at Parisoma (169 11th St.) on Monday, February 25 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for SXSFedu: Technapex’s Pre-Conference Edtech Mixer. This is a happy hour event in San Francisco for those who can’t make SXSWedu in Austin in March or people who want to meet Continue reading

Top 10 Technapex Posts of 2012


There have been plenty of changes to education in 2012. We experienced the Year of the MOOC; companies strove to make textbooks both free and digital; blended learning and gaming in education were more popular than ever; Sal Khan became Continue reading

Webinar: Teaching Educators How to Be Entrepreneurs in Schools


As we’re preparing for our upcoming edtech event (“Open and Social Education” – register here!), we here at Technapex have been thinking a lot about all the different roles people play in education. There are the teachers and students of Continue reading

Young Teachers Dominating the Education Workforce [Infographic]


I will never forget the moment I realized that one of my middle school English teachers had a brother attending the very school for which she taught. It may be an unforgettable moment, but it’s not the reason why I Continue reading

In Today’s Shocking News of the Week, Google’s Tools are Useful


Google announced this week that its Apps for Education suite is now being used by 20 million students, faculty members, and staff around the world, but I’m not convinced that it’s anything more than a clever marketing ploy. While Google Continue reading

Update from a Google School’s Tech Director


Jorge Vega, Director of Technology at the Sage School in Foxboro, MA uploaded a new video in anticipation of the 2012-2013 school year. Vega shares some of the new tech developments at the private K-8 grade school for gifted children. Continue reading

Teenage STEM Advocates Highlight Lego Education Learning Summit


The Diesch sisters are the perfect advocates for raising awareness of the importance of STEM education. These two ambitious young thinkers caught the attention of NASA and the President of the United States, so we figured we’d give them a Continue reading