Marjorie Cass McKeown is the Founder and CEO of ALEE, an EdTech startup that supplies educators with instruments and resources to instruct literacy utilizing full textbooks showcasing traditional operates of literature. She joins host Mike Palmer in a conversation about her journey starting as an teacher, rising by means of the ranks as a literacy mentor and administrator right before deciding to go to company college at MIT where by ALEE began to germinate.
From there, we understand what it’s been like launching just 8 months back when growing on the significance and complexity of our escalating literacy obstacle in the US. Marjorie describes how she is building ALEE to supply instructors with what they have to have to supply scaffolding and help to secure the necessary marriage concerning a trainer, a college student, and a good e-book. We touch on the difficulties of teaching in tricky moments and the panic teachers are dealing with when working with vital but hard will work of literature to train examining these days. Marjorie shares the higher-amount skills and thinking related with the full guide as opposed to excerpts or synthetic passages that are ever more used in literacy training.
It’s a believed-provoking exploration of entrepreneurship, literacy, and the electricity of training via great textbooks. Don’t miss it!
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