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Core of Education Connects with Leah Osterman, Executive V.P. of Marketing and Business Development for StudySync(September 04, 2013)
(PRWEB) September 04, 2013
Core of Education digs in to data usage, with this 10th installment in the ISTE podcast series. Core of Education host, Dr. Rod Berger, and Leah Osterman, Executive VP of Marketing & Business Development at StudySync, cover a range of topics including data and its use at StudySync, how the company is using that data to provide additional offerings and the ways in which StudySync approaches rigorous content.
Research-based and aligned to the Common Core Standards, StudySync is an award-winning, web-based product designed to increase reading and writing for grades 2-12. StudySync engages students in reading and writing through hundreds of texts, TV-quality video lessons, and a proprietary online writing and anonymous peer review tool.
Dr. Berger expressed satisfaction with the talk stating, Leah's passion for her work is energizing. He continued, "Studysync has created content which users find both interesting and engaging."
High points of the interview included StudySync's usage of rigorous content, how the inundation of ed tech content providers effects purchase choice and exactly which questions those educators should be asking before they buy.
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About Core of Education
The Core of Education is an op-ed blog and podcast interview series hosted by Rod Berger, PsyD, and underwritten by RANDA Solutions. The Core focuses on vital issues to educators and policy-makers, as Dr. Berger interviews key education thought-leaders from across the nation and around the world. Core podcasts work to provide a platform for open, honest discussion and debate on education challenges and triumphs. Berger, interviews international policy makers, ed entrepreneurs, state commissioners, district admins, and teachers and strives to insure everyone involved has a platform to learn, and thats whats at the "core of education."
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