Active and retired teachers can submit lesson plans to crowdsourced education platform. The curriculum will be developed by a group of brainstormers across the public and private higher education sector. Teachers can like or comment on posts for preferred placement.
Headmasters & Department Heads can scan the lessons uploaded to the platform and start conversations for full or part time roles, guest lectures, research, etc. by reaching out directly to teachers on the platform.
A secondary goal is that Higher Education organizations can submit education problems to solve. Interested teachers, headmasters, and department heads can contribute ideas, like existing ideas, and provide feedback/comments.
The platform requires yearly refreshes for curriculum outline and lessons achieved by brainstorming sessions between education industry thought leaders in the private, public, and non-profit space. There is a potential for a two-fold gamification strategy.
1. Teacher gamification
- The Global Education Board provides feedback to teachers on lessons and awards teachers for outstanding contributions.
- Distinguished teachers could be flown for free to the Global Education conference where all teachers can pay to listen and partake in lectures and problem solving with industry experts and fellow teachers.
- Teachers can partake in educational technology training for to layer into their teaching methods or share with students.
2. Student gamification
- The platform matches students with other students completing same courses based on language & learning ability.
- Students provide feedback to other students on work and answer questions. Teachers review feedback and upvote feedback/answers
- The Global Education Board awards distinguished students for feedback and invites students to speak with private, public, and civil leaders on career goals and potential internship opportunities
As a result of a comment below, I have reached out to the Positive Learning, a potential competitor serving the market demographic of students whose primary language is not English. I am inquiring if they would potentially be interested in hosting the MVP for initial user testing and feedback.