ThinkCERCA Named K-12 Pedagogy Winner at “Oscars of Education”
A recap of this year's Reimagine Education Awards
Last night, The Wharton–QS Stars: Reimagine Education Awards named ThinkCERCA the winner of best pedagogy aimed at a K-12 audience.
Tonight, @ReimagineHEdu gave out awards for the world's most effective and innovative pedagogy.— ThinkCERCA (@ThinkCERCA) December 7, 2016
The K-12 winner?
The Reimagine Education Awards the “Oscars of Higher Education,” celebrates the most innovative and effective projects aimed at enhancing student learning outcomes. This year, more than 500 entrants applied for 14 award categories.
The K-12 award seeks to recognize projects that “prepare students for higher education more successfully than current approaches allow.” Last year, no American company placed in the K-12 category.
Of 527 entrants, ThinkCERCA also placed in the top 10 of finalists for overall winner of the world’s best pedagogy.
Mallory Busch is ThinkCERCA's Editor of Content Strategy. A graduate of Northwestern University, Mallory came to ThinkCERCA from stops in audience strategy at TIME magazine and news applications development at Chicago Tribune and The Texas Tribune. She holds degrees in Journalism and International Studies, and was a student fellow at Knight Lab in college.