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Join Ed Table Talk’s host Michael Jay and our founding sponsor MCH Strategic Data at The Table for our upcoming show! Education Table Talk is a fast-paced education talk radio show dedicated to informing and invigorating our audience with issues critical to PreK-12 Education. Are you interested in learning about technology, standards, early childhood, and more? Then you’ve found the right place!

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?And the award goes to…? then you hear your product and company name called. Your friends pat you on the back and your competitors look on with envy. You've won an award, now what do you do? In this episode of EdTableTalk we will discuss with our industry experts just what you can do to make the most of that award… turn it into sales, reward for the development team, increase the value of your comapny, and much more. We'll address how much customers value awards and how who gives the award influences that value. We'll even touch on what you can do to increase the chances of getting an award and how to accept winning and losing with grace… OK maybe that last one, not so much! We look forward to having you join us at The Table for ‘My product received an award… How can I milk it for all its worth?' Guests at the table: Jacob Hanson, Managing Partner, Panache! Randy Wilhelm, CEO and Founder, Knovation Kevin Hogan, Editorial Director, Tech & Learning
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By definition, school is a place for learning… or is it? The average child in the US spends a fair bit of their waking hours at school and does so from the age of 5-6 to 17-18. This sounds like more of a sentence than an opportunity... more

The last thing any of us need is another thing to do so why would you pay to join an education industry organization that doesn't immediately contribute to your bottom line? Our three guests, all industry leaders, will share with us the benefits... more

Even in the best organization budgeting can be a dark art. In pK-12 schools, however, the magic takes on a special character. Our guests will discuss the dynamics of school purchases at this time of the year. It used to be that... more

A considerable amount of time has been spent by publishers on developing educational resources that address different learning styles, making sure that the needs of every child is met. Without pointing fingers, the core issue of ensuring... more

The US and Canada are two countries divided by much more than a common border. Despite what many in the US believe, Canada is not only a different country, it has very different education policies and traditions. Governance may... more

Airs live on December 15th 2015 @ 11amPT / 2pmET! While many educators use teaching materials they find and adapt there is still an important role for thoughtful evaluation and review of resources, particularly those that will receive the... more

Open used to be simply the opposite of closed, however, in the digital age that is no longer exactly true. Many people think that when it comes to software and instructional materials, open means free. Well, it is not that simple as there are... more

Our industry leader guests will explore what constitutes a book, the role of multiple media, challenges managing learning assets, and the impact of addressing the evolving needs of primary and secondary education on the... more

pK-12 schools are beginning to recover from a fiscal famine yet with very different tastes in the educational resources they plan to purchase. Now we have the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and ELA as well as the Next... more

An ‘e' in front of any word changes our expectation of that item. eBooks exemplify that point… what makes an eBook a book and what makes it ‘e'lectronic? In pK-12 most learners have expectations of how they... more

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