The Schultz Center for Teaching & Leadership created the first themed One Spark venue, #EdSpark, in 2014 as a way to give educational entrepreneurs the opportunity to showcase their ideas to thousands of people and make the future of education better for every age.
Your kids play hours and hours of video games a week, but are they really learning anything that they can apply to reality? Most of the time, no. This all changed when a doctoral candidate from the University of Florida decided to design a game that combines the quest and adventure of video games with the educational materials taught in school.
Lindsey Tropf calls this savvy combination Immersed Games.
The world’s largest crowd-funding festival, One Spark, is coming back to Downtown Jacksonville, April 7-12, 2015. Entrepreneurs (Creators) will have the opportunity to showcase their projects, start-up businesses and ideas at participating venues throughout the festival.
This exciting festival is a great place for families and friends to gather for a fun time, but for Creators it’s a grueling week-long competition for funding, awareness and more.