adj. Norwegian word meaning bright or clever
Pioneers in educational software development.
For over 40 years, Flink Learning (and its predecessor companies, Maestro Learning and Intentional Educations) has partnered with more than 100 educational and consumer publishers such as Houghton Mifflin, IBM, Discovery Channel, and Scholastic to produce high quality products that employ technology to help students achieve better learning outcomes and enjoy learning more.
Dr. Peter Dublin is CEO and founder of Flink Learning. Peter has taught kindergarten, junior and senior high school, and graduate school. He has been developing educational software for over thirty-five years, starting with the best-selling Bank Street Writer, which sold over 1,000,000 copies. Peter has authored more than twenty textbooks and hundreds of software titles, including fifteen apps in the Apple App Store. He is the designer of the Flink Learning platform, which has been used to create over 5,000 interactive learning activities. Dr. Dublin has consulted with the Ministries of Education in both Botswana and South Africa on curriculum and technology innovation. He was an exchange student in a small town in Norway, 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle, where he learned to speak Norwegian. about Peter Dublin.
Jon Bower is President of Flink Learning. Jon has been CEO of six successful education technology companies including: Lexia Learning Systems and Soliloquy Learning in reading, it’s learning US in technology platforms, Young Broadcasters of America in oral language development, Avant Assessment in language assessment and Formativity in teacher training. He has consulted in education and development across the United States plus in Nigeria, China, England, New Zealand, Australia, Nepal and Malaysia. Jon holds a BA in Development Process from Stanford where he participated in the Standford International Development Education program (SIDEC) and taught at the undergraduate level, and holds an MBA from Harvard. He has worked with Flink Learning since 2005 and is also Curriculum Director for EdVigor doing teacher training in Nigeria. He is on the board of Directors at Avant Assessment and has twice served as a member of the Board of Directors of Learning Disabilities Worldwide.