Goalbook Beta: Best IEP Meetings Ever

We have exciting things in store for the new year and can’t wait to share them with you.  Let’s begin with the first newsletter!

Quote of the Week

Our IEP meetings have been super effective and efficient — the best I’ve ever attended by far.  We’ve all reviewed the same information in Goalbook and everyone is on the same page.
— Middle School Teacher

Often it is challenging for special educators to get timely updates on IEP goals from classroom teachers.  Instead of passing paper goal pages around, the classroom teachers at this school make their updates directly in Goalbook for the special educator to see, saving time, reducing paper, and resulting in more valuable IEP meetings.

Are you also having more effective IEP meetings with Goalbook?  If so, hit reply and let us know!

Goalbook Mobile

We’re hard at work getting our Goalbook app running for iPad, iPhone and Androids.  Stay tuned for more.  If you wish to have private early access to our mobile app, sign up here and we’ll be sure to contact you once it’s ready to go!

Edmodo Community Page

We now have an Edmodo Community Page.  Follow our page, and you can use this as a forum to connect to other Goalbook enthusiasts.  We’ll also be actively posting and monitoring in the community.

Spread the Love

A big thank you to Audrey Watters and Hack Education for listing Goalbook as one of the Top 10 Ed-Tech Startups of 2011.  We’re incredibly honored!  It was the best Christmas present we received.

Here’s another recent mention in Money & Business, 10 Education Startups You Should Know.  Our fellow Imagine K12 startups, Educreations, TutorCloud and BrainNook are also mentioned – congrats folks, we’re big supporters of your work!

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About Daniel

Daniel is a former special educator and co-founder of Goalbook. After studying computer science at UC Berkeley and spending time as a software engineer at Oracle and Google, Daniel spent five years as a middle school special educator and district coordinator in the Ravenswood City School District in East Palo Alto, CA. In those five years, he was totally inspired by committed and talented educators and school leaders that were around him. However, he was also totally overwhelmed with the complexity of reporting and administrative responsibilities that came as a special educator.

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