Educational Technology: The Best Job in the World

September 07, 2014 | By: Time To Know staff

Welcome to the new Time To Know blog! I manage a team of 100 highly experienced professionals who bring together a unique combination of expertise in techno-pedagogy and smart-digital educational content creation. Collectively, we design, build, and continually refine a holistic solution for the creation, distribution, in-class delivery, and analysis of digital learning programs.
This blog will serve as a platform for us to share what we do, how we do it, and why we think working in educational technology is the best job in the world.


Since I have the honor of writing our inaugural blog post, please allow me to share what I love about working in ed. tech. For me, it’s all about the difference technology can make in the acquisition of knowledge. When all the pieces fall into place, our work creates an opening for children to engage with educational materials in a way that would never have been possible. Our technology enables kids to interact with and absorb knowledge in a way that captures their imaginations and has them looking forward to class every day. I love that!

To see the smile on a student’s face, when she or he is learning at their own pace is truly inspiring. To see existing educational content being easily transformed into digital content is refreshing and rewarding, especially since this content gives students all over the world the chance to interact with tried-and-true online curriculum for the first time. To be part of the educational technology revolution is invigorating. To see a generation of young people learning to enjoy learning is nothing short of humbling.

What’s not to love?

I’m grateful to my talented and passionate colleagues at Time To Know, our intrepid customers, and anyone who has stumbled upon this blog, looking for answers about educational technology. Your interest and exploration enable me to continue in this great job of mine. Thank you!

Yours sincerely,
Ariela Avni
Time To Know

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