NoizIvy.org is a 501(c)(3) public benefit organization based in New York and Virginia. Our mission is to empower entrepreneurial learning within local communities using technology and peer-to-peer exchange models . We exist to expand access to the development of new products, services and programs that increase entrepreneurial learning opportunities.
We are active on a number of fronts promoting this mission, to include working within public schools and libraries to provide access to entrepreneurial and STEAM learning resources all too frequently lacking availability. Our efforts are both self-generative and collaborative, as we build our own learning tools and work with great tools created by others. We embrace the open web, and look for ways to expand opportunity by working with others. We celebrate these collaborative models when we find success in them, such as via Coder Dojo Long Island and Fredx Coder Dojo, a meme of social coding clubs coming out of Ireland initially.
These are exciting times for entrepreneurs in the educational-technology space. The young people of today can receive a state-of-the-art education, light years away from past generations experiences. Making these learning opportunities available to large numbers of people is our goal.
I have a goal: to change how education functions and how personal data is administered within the life of a young person. I want to empower kids to own their own education, to control their own data, and to use their personal leverage to make this world work better. I am fully invested into entrepreneurial ed-tech; as a parent, as a citizen, as an occupation, and as a path of value in the lives of young people. Blog / Twitter / LinkedIn
I specialize in making, finding, selling and distributing developmental tools for educating young people. Whether innovating toys for developing our youngest minds, or innovating tech-based programs, I focus on delivering top quality experiences for kids and their families. Blog / Twitter / LinkedIn
Are you interested in making an impact in the delivery of entrepreneurship/ technology education and web-based tools? Follow: kidOYO on Twitter