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  • Love the idea. A thought - If you're planning on selling licenses to schools, most schools make decisions like this at the district level. Principals will most likely not be the decision maker, but a champion of the cause. Just know this going in so that you may equip them with the tools needed to ambassador the idea internally.
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    Snapp school lsm nyc presentation 2011 apr 03 - Lean Startup Machine NYC Snapp school lsm nyc presentation 2011 apr 03 - Lean Startup Machine NYC Presentation Transcript

    • #lsmnyc
    • The PremiseA website for K-12 teachers that allows themto quickly find high quality, relevant onlinecontent for their classrooms.
    • Out the Building
    • Learnings.1. Teachers spend $ on classrooms, but not on content2. Teachers search the web for content in support of their lesson plans, to varying degrees3. Searching for content ≠ high pain4. Schools have a role media coordinator / curriculum coordinator who MAY have budget for content
    • PivotFocus on helping new teachers developlesson plans quickly.
    • New Assumptions Lesson planning is most painful for new teachers. Younger teachers embrace technology more. These teachers spend >10 hrs each week planning.
    • Out the Building Again
    • PivotOur customer is not a teacher.Our customer is the school: principals and administrators.
    • Roadblock
    • HackGet teachers to "spend currency" byreaching out to principal.
    • Wireframe MVP
    • Mechanical Turk MVP
    • Mechanical Turk MVPGoal: http://www.snappschool.com/t/1
    • Validated Learning Teacher recommendations lead to purchases by Principals Teachers are willing to request this product >40% of teachers are willing to request this product
    • Next StepsIf we had more time, we would: focus on Principals get an MVP in front of Principals