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TinkerEd connects EdTech companies with Teachers

EdShelf hired Suzy to write blogs

EdShelf got in touch with Teacher Suzy to write good quality education content for their education tools platform.

NextLesson hired Suzy to write content

NextLesson reached out to Suzy for educational content and content curation.

Actively Learn asked Suzy for user feedback

Actively Learn connected with Suzy for user feedback on their literacy platform.

We work with creative and innovative EdTech companies

  • “Finding teachers to participate in usability studies has always been a challenge for us. We were really impressed by how thoughtful, friendly and reliable the TinkerEd's teachers were. We would definitely use them again!”
    — Katie Seaver, Director of Strategy and Product
  • “TinkerEd helped me find perfect candidates to interview for my research.”
    — Nina Demediuk, Customer Strategy
  • “TinkerEd helped us get in touch with our first beta users. The teachers who we met through them were great and they helped us a lot with their opinions and suggestions.”
    — Borut Jeglic, Chief Learning Officer
  • “The raw feedback provided by TinkerEd teachers is really useful and we badly need it....but you have to have thick skin to hear it and not take it personally.”
    — Mark Nexed, Co-Founder
  • “TinkerEd teachers are very professional and provide effective, honest, and critical feedback which is exactly what we need.”
    — Scott Freschet, Director of Growth
  • “TinkerEd saved me time as the introduction was made through them rather than through cold outreach.”
    — Justin Mann, Founder

Winners of Startup Weekend EDU, San Francisco

We won! TinkerEd came together at Startup Weekend EDU. We pitched to a panel of experts and won first place.

"TinkerEd is really solving a problem for the entire ecosystem and empowering educators." — EdSurge