How to Get Started in Exploring Jewish EdTech

How to Get Started in Exploring Jewish EdTech

Lean Startup

A lean start-up approach to building the Jewish EdTech ecosystem entails an agile, relatively quick cycle of

  1. testing a hypothesis
  2. learning from early results
  3. implementing solutions based on these findings.

The hypotheses would be aligned to the learning agenda as mandated by the funders.

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Implications for funders

To pursue a lean start-up approach in the Jewish EdTech sector, we recommend prioritizing the following five investment options:

  1. Partner with companies and organizations already active in the EdTech space
  2. Invest in collaboration among the best of existing Jewish EdTech producers
  3. Commission EdTech products that emerge from the general EdTech space for the Jewish audience
  4. Invest limited funds in pooled EdTech investment funds
  5. Invest with smaller innovation grants and in field building

Lean start-up is the gold standard for tech companies: leverage the same agile approach when investing in EdTech

Make a Difference and Contribute to the World of Jewish EdTech

As a potential funder looking to make an investment that contributes to the rapid growth of educational technologies within Jewish education initiatives, it is important to understand the various details involved in making successful investments with maximum impact.

Explore the following pages to learn more about integral elements to becoming an investor in educational innovation.

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