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Unveiling the Journey of ClassHook with CEO Alexander Deeb

Hey everyone! Welcome to an exciting episode where we dive into the world of entrepreneurship with Alexander Deeb, the CEO of ClassHook. In today’s chat, Alexander shares insights into his startup journey, unveiling the story behind ClassHook and how it’s making education more engaging for teachers and students alike.

“Embrace the chaos and find beauty in imperfection.”

A Warm Welcome and Background:🎙️

Hey folks! It’s always a blast talking to entrepreneurs, and today is no exception. I’m here with Alexander Deeb, the co-founder of ClassHook, a startup that’s changing the game in K-12 education. Known to me as a longtime friend, Alexander has always shared valuable gems, and today, we’re exploring uncharted territory in this podcast. Join me as we learn together and embark on a journey to discover the innovative aspects of ClassHook.

The Elevator Pitch:🖋️

Before we dive deep, let’s start with the basics. Alexander gives us a quick rundown of ClassHook. Picture this: ClassHook is a K-12 edtech company that empowers educators to seamlessly integrate popular TV shows and movies into their lessons. No more endless searches on YouTube or Google! Teachers can easily find interactive content on ClassHook, making learning a fun and engaging experience.

Target Audience:👤

Curious about who benefits from ClassHook? Well, it’s designed with K-12 teachers in mind, mainly focusing on middle school and high school educators. Whether you’re a new teacher searching for fresh resources or a seasoned educator looking to connect with the latest generation, ClassHook is here to bridge the gap and make teaching an exciting experience for both teachers and students.

The Startup Spark:

Now, let’s get personal. What triggered Alexander to embark on the journey of bringing ClassHook to the world? The trigger point, as he shares, was after graduating from Babson College. Being a part of an entrepreneurship program, the desire to start something meaningful ignited within him. Reflecting on his own educational journey from New York Public Schools, he envisioned ClassHook as a solution to make learning not just effective but also enjoyable.

Alexander (Alex) Deeb is co-founder and CEO of ClassHook, an EdTech company that helps K-12 teachers make learning relevant by connecting students’ interests to the curriculum using educational scenes from popular TV shows and movies. Alex graduated with a BSBA from Babson College, is a self-taught coder with over a decade of software development experience, and has previous experience working for startups in Silicon Valley. He is driven to help students find empowerment and fulfillment through learning. He first experienced the empowerment from learning when he taught himself to code in high school. Learning how to code has opened up so many new opportunities to him, and he wants to help students around the world develop this same passion for learning and access to opportunities. Visit his website to know more about his EdTech company.

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Unveiling the Journey of ClassHook with CEO Alexander Deeb


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