Project based learning. Personalized learning. Blending learning. These aren’t just buzzwords in the education space. These are real teaching and learning methodologies that schools are implementing, or are planning to implement in the near future, to better support their students.
There are strong marketing and sales opportunities around these new teaching and learning initiatives. The more you know about your core audience of educators, including which methodologies they have implemented or are considering, the more you can tailor your messaging to their specific wants and needs.
EdIntel from Agile Education Marketing offers unparalleled market insight into the initiatives of interest to school districts across the country. Using EdIntel data from Agile, you’ll know exactly what’s trending in the U.S. K-12 education market and which methodologies and technologies the districts you’re prospecting have implemented or are considering implementing.
According to data from a recent Agile Education Marketing survey, educators rely on multiple sources for information about new methodologies as well as solutions for implementing them. Their research spans traditional and nontraditional platforms, print and digital media. Take a look:Multi-channel research on the part of educators means multi-channel marketing opportunities for education businesses. Check out the full survey results, here, to learn more about building a marketing and sales campaign around new teaching and learning initiatives that reaches educators across channels. Get insider information about:
Also tune into Agile’s on-demand webinar, The Business of Selling To Schools: The When, Where, Why, & How, to learn even more ways to leverage district demographic data and EdIntel to refine your targeting and maximize your sales and marketing effectiveness.