Educators and Technologists Can Build the Future of Education Together

Collaboration to create a better future!

They say, two heads are better than one. When building tools for educating the next generation, this is definitely true and a collaborative approach with educators shines through. Teachers, principals, and school administrators can and should be a part of developing educational technology for our classrooms.

Additionally, teachers are constantly being asked to add to their tool belt. Professional development for educators has become a cornerstone of the career and a critical one that is impacting lesson creation, tech integration, and engagement in the classroom. Now, what if professional development also included working with designers and engineers?  What if educators were working with and sharing their input with designers and engineers to create an intuitive, easy-to-use platform that ignites the genius of every child and unleashes the creativity of every teacher? 

Educator-centered creation:

These questions should be more the norm, than the exception. Educators and technology creators can come together to make products, apps, and services teachers need and students want. Many new technologies get added to the classroom without those crucial conversations with educators. Teachers have limited time in the classroom and every additional tool added, should also aim to enhance the instructional and learning experience.

GeniusXR is taking that to heart and tapping into the wisdom and insight of educators to help build the tools to better the future of education. One that puts the power of technology into the most deserving hands; students and teachers.

If you would like to be a part of this journey to build the future of education together please contact us.  Email us at! We will be meeting with educators all next week at  ISTE’s 2018 conference. Stop by and say hello to the team in Chicago!


Genius XR booth at ISTE 833
Come by the Genius XR booth at ISTE


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