Mission: To unlock the potential of any teacher to personalize learning for every student.
I have been working at Education Elements full-time (More than a year)
The consulting team is a group of smart, passionate and hard-working former educators/consultants that truly care about changing the landscape of education. The team is collaborative, joyful and distributes leadership/ownerhsip well. Most school districts are highly satisfied with the services and the EE team members they get to partner with.
The company is focused on growing services beyond its core personalized learning offering. This creates opportunities for team members to pursue other areas of interest and have the resources to build expertise in these.
District partnerships are all over the country, so team members must be committed to travel (50% of work time is about average). The schedule does reflect the school year, and when schools are on break, consultants get a lot more down time.
Advice to Management
Ensure that team members feel supported in project work and clear on their development pathways. Leadership should focus not only on sales, but equally on the development of employees and providing feedback on project deliverables.
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Education Elements in October 2016.
Very relaxed yet professional phone conversation. I really felt like the interviewer was trying to get to know me rather than just posing generic questions. Was informed during that call that I had made the second stage of the interview.
What to look for in a personalized learning classroom? Ed Elements is featured in Edweek: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIkte
Sometimes districts themselves get in the way of innovation (we tryto make sure that doesn't happen!) Check out the post by our CEO, Anthony Kim, in Tech Crunch: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIGxA
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce