Hi Tyler! I like the concept – it builds…

Hi Tyler! I like the concept – it builds on what we learned in the OER on differentiated instruction. I also like the title for your venture. Your elevator pitch was effective – it focused both on the pain point from the perspective of the teacher, as well as the need from the student’s perspective. Saying it from the classroom made it authentic and that I should listen to what you have to say because you are coming from experience and some of the best ventures are those that stem from a genuine need on the part of the visionary themselves. The design of the venture pitch was entertaining (I particularly liked the Habs jersey, Rocket Richard and that book got me nostalgic- I remember reading it as a kid growing up in Montreal). I thought it was great that you incorporated potential questions on the part of your prospective investors in the crowd in order to show that you are equipped to answer and are well informed. My main concern is, since differentiated instruction is popular and gaining even more traction with AI, why should I invest particularly in your venture? Well, your humor and creativity definitely got you points with me. The only suggestion I would like to offer is more pertaining to the pedagogics of ed-venture: In the audio version, why have the huge slab of text at all, if the person prefers audio to visual? But if you would have the words light up/highlighted as they are read (UDL), that may already contribute more significantly to the learner. That way we are also teaching the student in their preferred medium, but possibly also helping them advance in an area where they struggle? But again, that’s just me with my pedagogic hat on speaking. My EVA hat on – I really enjoyed your pitch. Good luck!