Easel Learning a hit with SAT Score Quest

[ 0 ] April 6, 2011 |

Easel Learning, a Startl Accelerator Alumni, recently licensed their ShowMe whiteboard technology to The Princeton Review for their new iPad app SAT Score Quest.

Easel’s teaching technology also powers their own ShowMe site and app where teachers and tutors (and parents!) can put their teaching skills on display.   It’s easy to see how using this on the iPad allows learning to take place anywhere, anytime.

From the coverage on TechCrunch:

Easel CEO San Kim recently showed me both the Princeton Review app and the ShowMe app which is still in development (watch the video above). The demo was at General Assembly, the co-working space in Manhattan where Easel set up shop a couple months ago. He hopes that ShowMe can become a “Flickr for teachers,” which isn’t exactly the way I’d describe it—more like a YouTube for lessons.

 

 

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Category: Accelerator, iPhone App, K-12

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