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June 30, 2021: Amanda Prestigiacomo, Chris Hull, Rep. Chip Roy, Rep. Matt Gaetz, and Daniel Horowitz Join Kara McKinney as she sits down with Amanda Prestigiacomo, Chris Hull, Rep. Chip Roy, Rep. Matt Gaetz, and Daniel Horowitz to talk about the issues of the day
March 26, 2021: Ian Haworth, Rob O’Donnell, Chris Hull, Robby Starbuck, Tom Borelli, and Cully Stimson Join Kara McKinney as she sits down with Ian Haworth, Rob O’Donnell, Chris Hull, Robby Starbuck, Tom Borelli, and Cully Stimson to talk about the issues of the day
March 17, 2021: Rep. Tim Burchett, Fred Fleitz, Sumantra Maitra, Chris Hull, George Alexopoulos, and Daniel Horowitz Join Kara McKinney as she sits down with Rep. Tim Burchett, Fred Fleitz, Sumantra Maitra, Chris Hull, George Alexopoulos, and Daniel Horowitz to talk about the issues of the day
February 9, 2021 Hogan Gidley, Julie Kelly, Rep. Mo Brooks, Alex Berenson, Chris Hull, and Robby Starbuck Join Kara McKinney as she sits down with Hogan Gidley, Julie Kelly, Rep. Mo Brooks, Alex Berenson, Chris Hull, and Robby Starbuck to talk about the issues of the day
08-20-21 - South Dakota Outdoors with Chris Hull. Farm Talk Segment 5 - Chris Hull - South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks
SSO: 044 - A conversation with Chris Hull, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Otus. Chris Hull is the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Otus, a Chicago-based edtech company. After 13 years as an educator, Chris wanted to minimize the chaos of disconnected edtech tools for K-12 administrators, educators, students, and their families. Otus is one system to teach, grade, analyze, and plan. With Otus, school leaders can focus on student learning, not technology. In this episode:1. Chris shares his journey from Middle School Social Studies Teacher to startup founder.  It started back in 2010 when he co-authored a proposal to bring a device to every student.  Handing an iPad to middle schoolers presented new challenges and exposed inefficiencies in education.  This sparked the beginning of Otus.2. Otus is used in over 160 districts which includes 1 million monthly users.  The onboarding process with each district starts with identifying the specific initiatives.  This allows the Otus team to really identify the key metrics for success to get the most value out of the system.3. Pre-Covid, Otus was well-positioned as a remote or hybrid eLearning platform.  It was the official system approved in Illinois for &quot;snow days&quot;.  4. Chris shares his lessons learned from becoming a startup founder.  Mainly, his best practices of teaching apply really well to leading in any situation.  He also shares that authenticity is key to gain buy-in.  Finding the right teammates that you trust is also important to move the company forward.5. Chris shares some key market trends within edtech - mainly, identifying &quot;learning loss&quot; and re-engaging students.  We are facing an engagement crisis and focusing on measuring learning will not help support the students on a path forward to create lifelong learners.  The market is trying to figure out how to handle both.  Schools are mostly funded by public dollars and had many unexpected expenses with Covid.  There is a long road ahead to figure out these challenges.You can learn more at Otus.comFollow Otus on TwitterFollow Chris on LinkedIn
Ep 184 Chris Hull of Otus on Empowering the Educational System with Technology and Effective Product Management Chris is the Co-Founder and CPO at Otus. Otus is the first edtech platform to centralize learning management, assessment, and data for educators, students, and families. Chris was also named a “20 To Watch” Educational Technology Leader by the National School Boards Association.

Our conversation spreads across both the challenges of education, remote teaching, empowering students and teachers alike, and how Chris became an effective founder and CPO (Chief Product Officer) by leveraging learning and a great team.

Check out Otus here: https://otus.com/ 

Connect with Chris on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chull9/ 

This episode is sponsored by Veeam Software and the 4-Step Guide to Delivering Extraordinary Software Demos that Win Deals and Diabolical Coffee plus the great folks over at Fiverr!
#89. Chris Hull - Founder and Chief Product Officer of Otus Chris Hull is the founder and Chief Product Officer of Otus, a Chicago-based Edtech companythat centralizes work for educators, students and their families, eliminating the chaos of multiplesystems.Chris grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and attended New Trier High School, where he pouredmost of his energy into playing basketball and other sports. He attended Denison University,where Chris continued to play basketball and became inspired by his professors to pursueteaching. In 2010, he co-wrote a grant to bring one device to every student in the Social Studiesdepartment. On leap day in February of 2012, the idea for Otus was born.Chris was nominated in 2016 for NSBA’s ‘20 to Watch&apos; EdTech Leader, and has beenshowcased in the Chicago Tribune&apos;s Blue Sky Innovation series. He has presented at a varietyof summits and conferences.  In 2016 Otus was nominated for two Codie awards.Links: https://otus.com/https://twitter.com/OtusK12https://www.linkedin.com/company/otusk12/https://www.facebook.com/OtusK12/https://www.instagram.com/otusk12/ Out now on all podcast platforms! #podcast #beyondthebuckets #show #basketball #coach #life #lifestyle #coaching #entrepreneur #business #ceo #lifecoach #mentalperformance #YouTube http://ow.ly/3kdI30qOSc6  #Applehttp://ow.ly/cAeV30qOSc8  #Spotify http://ow.ly/7EIe30qOSc9
Applying Agile Principles to Education & Measuring Learning (with Chris Hull, founder & CPO @ Otus) An interview with Chris Hull. Chris is a former 7th grade social studies teacher who grew dissatisfied with the tools he had to do his job and decided to create some of his own. He's now the CPO and founder of Otus, an all-in-one learning management, assessment and data system.

We talk about a lot, including:

The vision behind Otus and how a global pandemic has made everyone interested in online learning in a pandemic

How someone goes from teaching into building a company, some of the ways he's learned to do it and some of the mistakes he's made

The different types of stakeholders he has to deal with across education, and how he balances the needs of all of them

The pros & cons of interviewing kids for UX interviews, and how they're both the best and worst people to ask for feedback

Whether there are any challenges selling into schools, and whether they're as stuck in the past as they appear

Bringing agile principles to learning and importance of empiricism and constant learning

How he's set up the teams to deliver value across his product lines and how the film Ratatouille inspired his ideation process

The importance of setting a vision then stepping back & ensuring the teams have autonomy

How teaching kids has primed him for the stresses & strains of foundership & leadership, and whether kids are harder work than adults

Whether he's instinctive or data driven, how to step away from your biases, and when it makes sense to go with your gut

The importance of focus, picking your bets and how "priority" has been, and should remain, singular


And much more!

Contact Chris
If you want to catch up with Chris, you can reach him on LinkedIn, Twitter or check out his company Otus
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