Product Management for Edtech

Accelerate your Edtech Product Management journey by implementing exclusive insights to your business model and core strategy.

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Alex Sarlin

Former Product Director @Skillshare & Product Manager @Coursera with 10 years of experience in edtech

Programme Dates
Coming soon
Time Commitment
5h / week
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Price
$999

Live sessions will take place Tues/Thursday 9am PST, 12pm EST, 6pm CET

WHAT TO EXPECT

Who is this for?

Designed for ambitious junior product managers in edtech, product managers looking to enter edtech, and founders in the edtech space looking seeking product-market fit.

You will join a hand-picked group of like-minded people all keen to leverage each others' knowledge to grow edtech products and platforms

This cohort includes small group coaching sessions and is limited to 25 learners.

Tangible outcomes

  • Build your own product dashboards after defining core product metrics and learning analytics

  • Define an epic narrative around your roadmap initiatives to inspire your eng/design team, as well as senior executives

  • Create Agile documentation to plan, run and retro sprints

  • Prioritize edtech product features and tests effectively

  • Perform competitive analyses using edtech-specific business models and strategies

Your instructor

Alex Sarlin

Key contributor to pioneering work in the online education industry within start-up and world-renowned organisations

  • Product consulting with Meta's Learning team, Credly, the New York Times Learning Network & others

  • Product managed and rebuilt main learning platform with 4,000+ courses and 70mm users @Coursera

  • Led product development @Skillshare as Director of Product & Learning Experience

  • Led the development of a content curation, practice and assessment platform used nationwide for Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, the philanthropy arm of Meta/Facebook.

  • Held additional roles in major edtech companies including Scholastic, Trilogy Education & 2U. Most recently Head of Product @Clicked.

This programme includes 1:1 group coaching sessions directly with Alex

Learning experience

The most effective & fun way to learn

This isn’t just another online course. We’re bringing together a group of ambitious early stage product managers from the world’s best ed-tech companies, to learn, practice and connect through deep dives, fireside chats with guest lecturers and weekly projects - making it 10x faster than learning on your own and 10x cheaper than hiring a consultant.

Learn by doing

Practice the skills you learn and start applying these to solve real challenges

Exclusive insights

Leverage your instructor and your peers' experiences to access unparalleled insights

Strong network

Engage with other ambitious people like you to build a strong network

Curriculum

Transformational experience

01.

Edtech Product Strategy

Apply business frameworks such as the Business Model Canvas and PMF Pyramid to evaluate business models, scope the competitive landscape & achieve Product-Market Fit in the edtech industry..

Coursera - Case Study

02.

Measuring Progress and Iterating

Learn how to effectively setup OKRs/KPIs, Dashboards, and Success Metrics in your edtech company. Learn how to combine business, satisfaction and learning metrics in ways proven at Coursera, 2U and Skillshare.

Duolingo - Case Study

03.

Edtech Microstrategy

Organise your backlog of bugs and feature opportunities for your platform and learn how to run effective RICEL prioritisations and user research to validate new ideas.

Springboard - Case Study

04.

Aligning Forces

Get Alex's exclusive insights to create an Epic Narrative for your team and create templated sprint ceremony artifacts. Learn how to present a roadmap cross-functionally while anticipating questions and objections based on team needs.

Udemy - Case Study

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