LessonLoop CEO Nona Ullman featured on Startup Cornell, Podcast Hosted By Entrepreneurship at Cornell

See original post: https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2023/05/alums-software-helps-teachers-know-whats-working-classroom By Kathy Hovis May 8, 2023 The 21st episode of a podcast hosted by Entrepreneurship at Cornell, Startup Cornell, features Nona Ullman ‘88, CEO of LessonLoop and president of Improve LLC, companies focused on the public education and information technology sectors. Ullman talks about building her business to help improve learning for kids in […]

The Value, and Challenge, of Creativity in Teaching 

By Melissa Payette, Director of Professional Learning and Customer Success The demands on teachers created by high-stakes testing, students struggling to engage in school post-COVID, and increasingly stressful parent interactions, among countless other things, have made creativity more of a time-consuming luxury than an expectation for lessons. As Carl Hooker notes in his insightful EdSurge […]

LessonLoop Recognized by New York State as Newly Approved Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) Sponsor

First to Enable Job-Embedded Teacher Professional Learning Driven by Student Voice and Engagement Data NEW YORK – Apr 21, 2023– Personalized professional learning firm LessonLoop, which helps upskill educators using real-time student voice and engagement data,  announced its authorization as an approved New York State Education Department (NYSED) Sponsor of Continuing Teacher and Leader Education […]

Administrator-Led Morning Meetings

By Melissa Payette, Director of Professional Learning and Customer Success Morning Meetings, once thought of as a routine that best served early elementary grades, have been redefined as a framework that can support learners at any age. In a recent article, Edutopia presents a new approach: administrator-led morning meetings for middle school students, and this […]