Robert Martellacci, President of MindShare Learning Interviewed by CTV News
April 2, 2014 By Robert Martellacci, Co-founder and Vice-president, C21 Canada It was a fascinating opportunity to participate in the People for Education: Digital Learning in Ontario Schools– The New Normal news
conference yesterday at Queen Elizabeth P.S. in the TDSB.
CBC News recently interviewed Jacob Lingley of Bliss Carmen Middle School, Fredericton, New Brunswick on his winning video. Bliss Carmen Middle School will be receiving $15,000 in tech
By Robert Martellacci, President and Publisher, MindShare Learning With back to school upon us, there’s an immense buzz around the promise of mobile computing and tablet technology making its
way into many Canadian classrooms. While there are many pockets of innovation, the challenge lays in the fact that education systems across Canada remain largely antiquated, lacking proper funding
and unable to absorb today’s leading-edge technology.
Bradford Teacher Wins National Contest Robert Martellacci of MindShare Learning, teacher Mali Bickley, HP
Product Manager Darren Leroux and W.H.Day ES principal, Madeleine Temmer, at presentation of prize – $10,000 in educational technology. Read more.
MindShare Learning’s President featured amongst global
leaders in Pearson Foundation’s “Five Things I’ve Learned.” Visit: thefivethings.org/robert-martellacci
January 19, 2012 – National Post
MindShare Learning President Featured in National Post Apple eBook Article. Apple Inc. on Thursday launched iBooks 2, its long-awaited
iPad-based platform designed to usher in the “digital destruction” of the multi-billion-dollar textbook industry — but critics suspect the tech giant’s steep device costs will keep the platform out
of reach for most school boards. Read full article.
February 4, 2010 – Market News
Robert Martellacci featured in Market News. “It’s a very rewarding market if you become a leader,” says ed-tech consultant Robert
Martellacci, President of Toronto-based Mindshare Learning. “Billions will be spent on technology in education.” Read full article.