Enlearn Blog

Optimizing The Learning Ecosystem At Scale

By Zoran Popović, Enlearn Founder & Chief Scientist-- Technology enhanced learning has delivered successful “pockets of advancement” in schools, but there has been very little success at scale that has made a profound difference. So we need to ask ourselves what...

Identifying Learning Gaps Before Students Slip Through The Cracks

By Sandi Everlove, Enlearn Chief Learning Officer-- My first year teaching high school I was assigned two sections of something called “intervention math.” On day one I found myself staring into the eyes of thirty students who simultaneously appeared to be annoyed and...

Q and A With Our Ada Intern, Amy Hunter

As an educational start-up, we know that the more diverse our teams are, the better our product will be. We also know that there are too few women developers applying for jobs in Seattle. Our mission states that “We all have the opportunity to learn to our potential.”...

Planning and Preparing For American Education’s Digital Future

When I think about the biggest challenges that currently stand in the way of large-scale success in our classrooms, I come back to the fact that the public still doesn’t fully understand how data advances student learning. I also believe that many school districts...

Technology Can Help Support Major Educational Change

Let’s start with a simple fact. Our schools and school districts were designed more than 100 years ago. My kids’ schools look almost exactly like the ones my great grandmother’s schools looked like, except they’re bigger and more impersonal. They’re outdated, and...

Technology Should Be a Bottom-Up Experience in the Classroom

I like technology, and I strongly believe it has an integral place in education. I’ve believed this for decades, ever since I wrote my doctoral dissertation in the mid- 1970’s on how kids learn using computers. Technology helps children think about how to solve...