Video: Technapex’s Pre-Conference Edtech Mixer

Our stellar moderator and panelists

Now that SXSWedu has officially wrapped up, you can relive our pre-conference edtech mixer through our video recap! The event, hosted by TriplePoint on February 25, 2013, took place at Parisoma in San Francisco. Tina Barseghian, founder and editor of NPR’s MindShift, led Continue reading

Recap: Monday’s “Technapex Pre-Conference Edtech Mixer”

Technapex panel

We’re thrilled to share that our pre-SXSWedu conference mixer and panel here in San Francisco was a big success! First, we’d like to extend our thanks to our moderator, panelists, and attendees who came out to Parisoma on Monday and Continue reading Joins Technapex EdTech Panel

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SXSFedu: Techanpex’s Pre-Conference Edtech Mixer is coming up this Monday, and we’re excited to share that will be joining our panel of edtech entrpreneurs to discuss the digital shift in the classroom. is an online learning company providing Continue reading

Early Bird Admission Ends Today for SXSFedu: Technapex’s Pre-Conference Edtech Mixer!

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Attention edtechies! SXSFedu: Technapex’s Pre-Conference Edtech Mixer is less than two weeks away and Early Bird Admission ends today. You can purchase discounted tickets until midnight here. Join us at Parisoma (169 11th St.) on Monday, February 25 Like rub. Continue reading

Meet the Panelists for the SF Technapex Mixer

Join us for the SF Technapex Mixer!

Our next Technapex event is right around the corner so we thought it was about time we revealed a little more about what you can expect and who you’ll meet! We’re introducing a panel of stellar edtech companies who will Continue reading

Sal Khan: Students Don’t Learn From Lectures


This week on NPR’s Talk of the Nation, Neal Conan interviews Sal Khan to get his thoughts on the current lecture-only model many college professors still use in their courses. In a cialis and stomach upset piece for Time magazine, Continue reading

NPR’s Tell Me More Starts Twitter Education Forum

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NPR’s Tell Me More radio show is using social media to start an education forum, and they’re asking you to participate! Tell Me More is hosting a live radio broadcast from Miami, Florida today to discuss our country’s issues surrounding Continue reading

Bringing the Issues into the Classroom: Resources for Teaching the 2012 Election

PBS election resources

On this day in history (September 26, 1960), the first televised debate between presidential candidates Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy took place in Chicago. Since then, technology has come a long way, and we’re reminded of this as we Continue reading