Announcing the SeedCon fast-pitch winners! by Chiara Piccinotti
TalkChalk recently took 2nd place at the 2011 SeedCon Fast-Pitch contest at University of Chicago's Booth School of Business.
TalkChalk was highlighted in the Washington Post after their display at the TechCocktail mixer.
TechCocktail: Teachers, Parents, and Students Can Connect on Facebook Using TalkChalk">Social Media in the Classroom by Monika Jansen
During DC Week 2011, TalkChalk was featured at the TechCocktail's mixer event.
Mashable: 5 Mobile Apps trying to do some social good by Zachary Sniderman
TalkChalk featured by Mashable as an education technology company tryin to do social good after winning the Applications for Good contest.
Congratulations to our winners! Applications for Good
TalkChalk recently won the "Connect Learners" prize in the Applications for Good contest, sponsored by OneEconomy and AT&T.
Tech Entrepreneurs bring ideas to life in Startup Weekend by Gus Sentementes
TalkChalk recently took 3rd place out of 23 teams at the Startup Weekend - Baltimore event in April. The event is a 54 hour code and business sprint, resulting in as close to a fully functioning business as possible after the weekend.
Social Media in the Classroom by Christopher Decker
This article details the establishment of TalkChalk at Startup Weekend - Philadelphia, and highlights TalkChalk's mission to make communication safe "Beyond the Classroom Bell."
David Simnick is a former teacher who knows the importance of communicating with students.
Daniel Doll provides a wealth of experience in the areas of customer support and sales.
Robert Brown is talented developer and architect with over 20 years of experience in the industry.
Larry Cone has a wealth of experience in educational technology sales and development.
Btw, the winner for "Greatest Cause" at #PHLSW is @talkchalkco , chosen by yours truly. This problem really needs to be solved.
Excited to hear fellow @TeachForAmerica Alum @talkchalkco present their idea for a cool new facebook tool for teachers. #BaltSW