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Making the 1:1 Tablet Classroom Work , Student-centric, teacher-driven collaborative learning platform

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Education
  • Location Wayland, MA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2012
  • Employees 10
  • Website

Company Summary

iPads are rapidly coming to schools, yet teachers have no way to manage them. Furthermore, teaching is based on collaborative lesson plans. Apps do not fit this model. The opportunity: provide publishers, schools and teachers an agile, cost effective way to transform lesson plans into teacher-guided, student-facing Learning Experiences specifically for 1:1 tablets, benefitting from real-time data and collaboration in and out of the classroom


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    Bradley Heilman

    Brad has helped design curriculum-delivery platforms and K–12 digital curricula for 19 years. Over the past two years, Brad has been working on the Exploros platform. He was a co-founder and the chief designer for Pangea Tools, a cloud-based curriculum authoring system that was purchased by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and he was also the chief instructional designer for Science Fusion K–8, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s digital science curriculum. Br

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    Yoel Givol

    Yoel has served as CEO for several educational software companies and has experience in all operational and financial aspects of start-ups and private and public companies. Previously, Yoel was a partner in LTGO, where he helped a number of domestic and international companies create strong relationships with U.S. publishers. Yoel was a co-founder and CEO of LOGAL Software, a science and math simulation-based educational software company whose pr

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    Nir Melamoud
    VP Engineering

    Nir has served as the engineering leader for several software companies for more than 15 years. Recently Nir was the senior director of engineering at Netapp, leading the creation of multiple products in the storage-management industry. Nir headed the engineering group at Onaro, a Boston-based start-up acquired by Netapp in 2008. Previously Nir was at the helm of an engineering group at Comverse. Nir was also a VP of engineering and a co-founder