I’m super proud of what we’ve done at GoReact! When I met Ken almost five years ago, I quickly fell in love with his aspiration to use video to help students improve their performance. Ken has a real gift for planning and executing with high standards for the brand, the product, the sales process and the whole customer experience. We’ve put a lot of hard work into those goals, and we’ve grown that scrappy little team into a talented, fun, and hardworking company that delivers amazing value in the EdTech market!
Kudos to the whole GoReact team for making such an amazing product and for creating such a great place to work! And thank you to our customers who put their faith in GoReact every semester as they set out to teach tomorrow’s speakers, teachers, interpreters, nurses and so much more!
GoReact aids in teaching and learning by facilitating top principles recommended by the Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education.
The Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education CPSE, working with the support of the American Psychological Association, identified and validated a set of principles from psychological science as the “most essential for facilitating successful classroom teaching and learning.”
While all of the principles are worthy of review and resonate with great teaching that we practice or have experienced, I wanted to highlight two that jump out as being especially easy when using GoReact to capture performance and provide appropriate feedback. Although these principles were directed at preK-12 specifically, many of our customers have shared their successes implementing these concepts when targeting young adult and adult students both inside and outside of formal education.