“I want the learning to be social.”

Q: How do I design virtual assignments that get my kids working together?


A: Teachers have answers…and they’re “steppin’ to the mic” to share them. Join us for “Grab and Go” strategies for your classroom.


“Collaborative Work for Distance Learning”

Join us for Session 4 in our Open Mic webinar series.

Register now and add some collaboration, interaction, and FUN to boost your online teaching repertoire and increase student participation.


Seeking Presenters: Deadline May 6th, 11:59pm EDT

As always, we’re putting together another diverse and powerful line-up of educators to share “Grab and go” techniques.


Nominate a Teacher

If you’d like to nominate a teacher to “step to the mic,” either encourage that teacher to apply using the link above or nominate the teacher, and we’ll follow up.

Sign-up Yourself

If you’ve got a low-cost, easy-to-implement technique that has reached every learner or engaged students in collaborative, project-based work and you’d like to apply to “step to the mic,” fill out this very brief form. Don’t be modest; we’ve got something to learn from you! Together, we’re going to say goodbye to teaching as a solo activity.

Be positive, be well.

Dave Meyers
Former elementary and middle school teacher
CEO and Co-founder

This is Session 3 and 4 in a weekly series that runs at least through May.

Thank you to our incredible sponsors.
Without you, we couldn’t make this happen.


  “Success comes through many small sparks and by drawing on collaboration over time.”

Dr. Keith Sawyer, author of Group Genius: The Creative Power of Collaboration