A pioneer in the education technology industry for over 30 years, Mr. Johnson brings a wealth of expertise in working with businesses of all sizes and markets to quickly build and execute focused strategies.
“We are thrilled to have Michael as part of the EvoText team. He brings a depth and breadth of ed tech experience that will take us to the next level and help us meet the challenges of the ever-changing landscape,” said Johanna Wetmore, CEO of EvoText.
“I am both excited and honored to join the EvoText team. I have not seen a collection of this level talent and output in one company for a very long time. Building on what this team has already accomplished is a thrilling challenge,” said Mr. Johnson.
Mr. Johnson comes to EvoText at a strategic time. Named one of top 15 workplaces in the country for innovative and effective practices by The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), EvoText has grown ten-fold since its inception five years ago and now employs almost 50 “eduneers”— educators, engineers, and designers who have been at the forefront of educational technology for the past two decades.
Last year EvoText developed its first go-to-market product, Ogment, a ground-breaking curriculum creation and management solution that has already received two dozen awards, including 2017 CODiE Finalist for Best K-12 Course or Learning Management Solution and 2016 CODiE Winner for Best Cross-Curricular Solution.
Ogment is a new curriculum creation and management system (CCMS) that captures and facilitates the process of curriculum development through delivery. From Standards and Goals; Curriculum Mapping; Course and Lesson Planning; Lesson/Assessment Development; Lesson Presentation/Delivery; Progress Monitoring; through Continuous Improvement—Ogment makes every step easier and more efficient. Our experts have developed several of the most well-known, award-winning eLearning products for teachers, schools, and publishers. Ogment's mission is to empower educators with the tools they need to get the job done. We focus on supporting pedagogy with thoughtful design and technology—because if technology isn't making a teacher's job better, it's just getting in the way. Ogment is a wholly-owned subsidiary of EvoText, LLC headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. To learn more, visit EvoText.com and GetOgment.com.
Summary: Michael F. Johnson joins education technology development company, EvoText. EvoText, developers of Ogment, has several awards for edtech tools in schools.
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