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The Startups

EdTech Mapping

Highlights of the day

The Judges

rene

Renee Hobbs

Director at Harrington School of Communication
Bob Wise

Governor Bob Wise

President of the Alliance for Excellent Education
Gila

Gila Ben-Har

CEO of the Center for Educational Technology
paul-rene-albertini

Paul-René Albertini

Chairman at Sushi Venture Partners
Rachel

Rachel Brujis

Director, Efficacy, Partner Markets at Pearson
David

David Weinberger

Co-director, Harvard Library Innovation Lab
Daniel Zajfman

Daniel Zajfman

President of the Weizmann Institute

The Competition

The Global EdTech Startups Awards is a new initiative led by a group of prominent education innovation organizations from across the world. The competition’s goal is to identify, highlight and recognize the world’s most promising EdTech startups for 2014, those which present a potential for groundbreaking learning solutions. We wish to give voice and space to the exciting growing trends in innovation and investments in EdTech currently arising in different parts of the world.

How does GESAwards work?

1st stage: Anyone – a founder, investor, or user (teacher, student or parent) can nominate a startup by filling in the “Add a Startup” form, as well as give their comments, tweets and likes. Representatives from the different world regions will select their 10 most promising startups from the general list.

2nd stage: A panel of professionals will choose the final 10.  

3rd stage: From the professional’s selections, a panel of judges will choose the 2 winners. The panel of judges include renowned figures representing the education and technology industry. An additional popularity G.E.S Award will be granted according to the startup with the highest number of social responses (comments, tweets and likes).

Winners: The 10 finalist will be promoted online. Three winners will be selected: 2 from the panel of judges and 1 by popularity from the audience responses.

Prizes: Among the actual prizes, the winners will be awarded with free acceptance to three leading world EdTech ecosystems: Tel Aviv, New York and London; office space and facilities, mentoring and guidance, over a total period of four months, at the following EdTech accelerators: EdTech Incubator (London), Socratic Labs (New York), and MindCET (Tel Aviv and Yeruham).

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about us

The Global EdTech Awards competition is joint initiative of MindCET, Socratic Labs, p.a.u. education and EdTech Incubator.

 

MindCET

MindCET is an EdTech innovation center which brings together entrepreneurs, educators and researchers to develop innovative groundbreaking educational technology in Israel and beyond. MindCET is an independent body within the Center for Educational Technology (CET).

 

p.a.u education

P.A.U. Education is a private company based in Barcelona, Spain, founded in 1995 by Pierre-Antoine Ullmo (Paris, France), with a staff of more than 50 people from 20 different countries working with public and private organisations on a European and international level.

 

EdTech Incubator

Welcome to the Edtech incubator – the UK and Europe’s first education technology accelerator programme led by The Education Foundation, in partnership with the Tech City Investment Organisation.

 

Socratic Labs \sō-‘kra–tik-‘labz\ n.

1. an edtech accelerator embracing lean startup practices. 2. a collaborative coworking community in NYC dedicated to education entrepreneurship. 3. a campus focused on learning technology. 4. the birthplace of the future of learning.