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Nsoma Announces Strategic Partnership Between ELS and NaMaYa

MarketWired, February 2014

 

Nsoma announces a strategic partnership between Ed Leadership SIMs ("ELS") and NaMaYa who are partnering to deliver online professional development for education leaders.

 

A recent article in EdWeek stated: "The principal's job has been called both the most important in a school building and the loneliest, and the stress it places on individuals is illustrated by its rapid turnover rates, especially in high-poverty schools"

Education Leader SIMs (ELS) Begins Training Superintendents and Principals in VT and NJ School Districts

MarketWired, January 2015

 

Education Leadership SIMs (ELS) announces that Vermont Principals Association and New Jersey Principals Association (NJPSA) signed on for Simulations workshops and future training for their Administrators across Vermont and New Jersey. Simulations are real-life situations brought to computer-based training for people to study, discuss and train on behavior and reactions. Many industries including aerospace engineering and healthcare use them to train individuals on more complex aspects of job skills and best practices.

Nsoma Announces Strategic Partnership With Ed Leadership SIMs -- the Leader in Education Leadership Development

MarketWired, December 2014

 

Now, the same training solutions used for astronauts and engineers are available for education leaders. Ed Leadership SIMs ("ELS") announces its strategic partnership with Nsoma for education leadership training.

 

Ken Spero, CEO of "ELS" and simulations creator, has spent over 25 years developing and incorporating computer-based simulations change management and leadership and organization development interventions. He also co-founded Humentum, LLC that created simulations across countless other industries. Ken transitioned to education by designing and launching the Immersive Learning University for NexLearn. He also teaches at the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania and helped develop PELS (Penn Educational Leadership Simulation Program) an innovative, research-based collaboration between Penn GSE and the three major professional associations for K-12 school leaders.