Winter 2013 Cohort
Founders: Alan Heppenstall & Danny King
The future of certificate management--Accredible allows online learning providers like Udacity to create and manage digitally verified certificates for students.
Founders: Mo Akade
GigaBryte introduces elementary school kids to computer programming by channeling their natural passions and creativity. Kids work in teams to program wearable electronics using a visual programming environment and challenge-based curriculum.
Founders: Maxwell Brodie & Edward Sun
Kaizena helps teachers close the feedback loop for students. Teachers make highlights on student work, giving feedback with voice comments, videos, and links to other resources. Kaizena also tracks the skills students need to improve, allowing teachers to differentiate.
Founders: Tyler Borek & Habib Moody
Literably is a classroom tool that helps elementary teachers monitor students’ progress in reading. The site administers and scores oral reading assessments, so teachers can spend less time assessing and more time teaching.
Founders: Nitesh Goel
Use Padlet to share a collection of text, images, videos, and documents easily with anyone - a fundamental need without an obvious solution. Padlet has achieved massive adoption in schools and colleges.
Founders: Nolan Amy
Plickers offers real-time assessment that works for every classroom. Teachers capture student responses instantly using their own smartphones, while students answer using paper, instead of electronics. Teachers can immediately use feedback to tailor instruction.
Founders: Colin Bramm
Showbie makes it easy for teachers to assign, collect and review student work in 1:1 tablet classrooms. Showbie unlocks the creative potential of classroom tablets with easy document sharing and powerful markup tools.
Founders: Clement Delangue & Arnaud Breton
VideoNotes is the best way for online students to take notes from video lectures. By synchronizing notes with their context (videos, slides, etc.), we make them more understandable, actionable and easy to share.