GoReact | November 17, 2022
GoReact today announced its expansion into the K-12 education market and the availability of its video feedback platform for school districts across the U.S. The formal expansion comes after a limited pilot with select school districts, which used GoReact’s platform to support teacher growth and development.
“Our platform has become a standard part of the higher education tech stack over the last decade, especially in new teacher development, and we’re thrilled to extend the benefits of our platform to K-12 districts nationwide,We all need to do more to support the incredible teachers shouldering ever-heavier burdens. GoReact empowers districts to better support teacher induction, growth and development.”
Ken Meyers, GoReact’s founder and CEO.
GoReact’s proprietary video feedback platform will help K-12 school districts offer teachers more support through:
Supporting induction programs by enabling new teachers to increase practice, model instruction, and receive targeted and visual feedback.
Fostering professional learning and development by tailoring feedback and empowering teachers to set measurable goals.
Onboarding unlicensed tutors and teachers of record by expediting time to proficiency with video observation.
Encouraging self-reflection by empowering teachers to watch videos of themselves teaching.
Engaging in teams through PLC collaboration on practices prioritized by the school or district.
Improving instructional leadership to maximize the educational impact of every minute spent in the classroom.
I love GoReact for teacher observations,” said Ann Stark, Mentor Teacher at Foothill Consortium California Teacher Induction Program.Having our beginning teachers actually see themselves teaching and then getting to provide comments on their areas of strength or growth is very powerful. With entry into the K-12 sector, GoReact is planning a comprehensive product roadmap geared toward the unique and evolving needs of K-12 education. GoReact already provides data security safeguards, including compliance with FERPA and COPPA, for its best-in-class video feedback platform. GoReact also integrates with all LTI-compliant learning management systems.
GoReact is reshaping education by humanizing and accelerating skills-based learning. More than 800 colleges, universities, and K-12 districts worldwide use GoReact to facilitate scalable video observation, coaching and assessment for rapid skill development. With simple, interactive tools for collaborative learning and personalized feedback, GoReact helps all learners demonstrate skill competency with greater human connection and engagement.
Springboard | October 07, 2022
Springboard, an industry-leading online learning platform preparing students for in-demand careers through comprehensive, mentor and instructor-led programs, announced today that it has been added as an Amazon Career Choice partner. Career Choice is an education benefit that empowers Amazonians to learn new skills through technical training and career advancement programs for career success. Springboard will provide tailored programs to train Amazon employees to transition into high-growth, in-demand careers in data analytics and software engineering
“We’re thrilled to be joining Career Choice and working together to create outsized impact for Amazon employees across the country, This partnership is a natural continuation of our mission to transform one million lives by 2030, and particularly in today’s uncertain economy, we’re excited to be a part of a progressive shift towards a workplace focused on employees and their goals.”
Gautam Tambay, CEO and co-founder of Springboard
Eligible Amazon employees throughout the U.S. will be able to enroll with Springboard beginning in November, with programs beginning early next year. We’re committed to providing educational opportunities for our employees across many different fields of interest. One way of doing that is by providing access to educational programs and reskilling opportunities in high-growth tech careers, said Tammy Thieman, global director for Career Choice at Amazon. The program aims to provide new pathways to career advancement opportunities, with a focus on preparing fulfillment center employees for transformational, high-growth tech careers. In the next ten years, occupations in the tech industry are projected to grow at twice1 the rate of the national average – with a persisting labor shortage, creating new pathways for individuals to enter into tech careers is essential. With nearly a decade of experience delivering programs that have successfully re-skilled tens of thousands of people to date, through partnerships with Amazon and others, Springboard is now applying its unique, cohort-based, human-guided learning approach to the corporate learning and employee development market, a $357 billion market according to Statista2. Through Springboard for Business, the company’s enterprise offering for businesses and corporations, Springboard guides employees at Fortune 500 companies through its uniquely tailored programs, which combine 1-on-1 mentorship with live and instructor-led sessions. Programs are available for upskilling and reskilling, and offer customized, company-specific projects to provide employees with the most up-to-date skill sets to drive business impact through contextualized and company-specific learning. If interested in becoming a Springboard enterprise partner, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://learn.springboard.com/business/ to learn more.
Founded by Parul Gupta and Gautam Tambay in 2013, Springboard is on a mission to transform one million lives through education by 2030. Springboard believes that each student is unique, and needs a learning experience designed to fit their life’s pace, supported by advisors and mentors. More than 20,000 students across 100+ countries have used Springboard to advance their careers through the platform’s comprehensive, mentor-led online learning programs. Graduates have landed jobs with employers like Microsoft, Google, Meta, LinkedIn, Deloitte, Intel, IBM, Salesforce and more.Through Springboard for Business the company partners with businesses to bridge skills gaps through learning that prepares functional teams with the most in-demand and essential skills. Students take on relevant, real projects dramatically increasing learning momentum, retention and skill application in their jobs. Springboard delivers mentor-led online programs in strategic thinking, software engineering, data science, cybersecurity, UI/UX design, digital marketing, machine learning, tech sales and more. Springboard for Business has empowered corporate teams across industries at places like Sun Life Financial, HP, and The North Face.
Pixotope | December 07, 2022
Pixotope, the leading software platform for end-to-end realtime virtual production solutions, is thrilled to announce that the University of Gloucestershire’s School of Creative Industries has officially joined the Pixotope Education Program, the company’s educational and community-building initiative designed to help enable the next generation of Virtual Production talent.
“University of Gloucestershire is an incredible partner for the Pixotope Education Program. Our relationship is founded on open communication about the needs of today's virtual production students and how we can work together to meet those needs,”
Pixotope Education Program Manager, Carina Schoo.
Based out of the University’s Cheltenham, U.K. campus, the school’s state-of-the-art Media Centre features the same facilities used by media production professionals around the world. The bi-directional relationship between the School of Creative Industries and Pixotope ensures that students get hands-on experience with the technology and workflows they need to be successful in their careers in virtual production. Faced with rapidly evolving technology and production techniques, the School of Creative Industries at University of Gloucestershire needed to ensure that its courses remained ahead of the curve in terms of technological innovation. The Pixotope Education Program delivers this by providing direct access to the tools and industry experts powering virtual production today. Our partnership with Pixotope is part of a major investment in our virtual production facilities,” says Dr. Tom Bradshaw, Employer Engagement & Employability Lead, University of Gloucestershire School of Creative Industries. Working with industry is something we do every day to ensure that our curricula are up to date, that our students have the latest industry insights, and that industry in turn has access to our bright and creative students. The success, impact, and enrichment of the program are owed to the participation of world-class educational institutions as well as esteemed industry partners, like leading U.K.-based virtual production studio, The Level. Kevin Cooney, Founder at The Level says, “The Pixotope Education Program is an exciting initiative because we can tap our network to help fill in the gaps and prepare students for their career. There’s so much learning happening every day in virtual production; we’re still fleshing out job titles and roles across the industry so I can only imagine how challenging it must be for educators to keep pace. Looking ahead, University of Gloucestershire plans to work with Pixotope to develop a Masters programme as another pathway to building the virtual production talent pipeline. Bradshaw concludes, "The jobs market in the creative industries does not stand still and nor do we. Through our education partnership with Pixotope, we are preparing our students to be in the best possible position for securing the best graduate jobs of the future.”
Pixotope is at the forefront of democratizing virtual production and empowering content creators with accessible software solutions for boundary-pushing immersive storytelling. Proven on the most demanding productions in the world, Pixotope offers media content owners and producers a reliable and sustainable Virtual Production Platform for real-time Augmented Reality, Extended Reality and Virtual Sets.