We’re pleased to announce that two of Edmentum International’s solutions, Courseware and Study Island, are winners of The ComputED Gazette’s 22nd Annual Educational Software Review Awards.
The prestigious EDDIE Awards are designed to target innovative and content-rich programs and websites that promote the classroom curriculum and improve the teaching experience, whilst giving parents and teachers technology to foster excellence.
What did Courseware and Study Island win?
The solutions won in the following categories:
Study Island – Multi-Level Math/Reading Test Preparation Website
A formative assessment tool built from US curriculum standards, Study Island has been built to inform instruction and aid students to master standards and prepare them for assessments.
Courseware – Multi-Level Multi-Subject Courseware Website & Teacher Tools Multi-Subject/Multi-Level Online Courseware
Offering educators best-in-class online curriculum for kindergarten through adult learners, Courseware has over 400 engaging courses, which are customizable to meet the needs and pace of individual learners.
“At Edmentum International, our approach to products is pretty simple: we ask what we can offer that enables and increases access, equity, and engagement for students everywhere,” said Jason Scherschligt, vice president of product strategy and experience, who is based in our US office. “Our solutions are only successful if they help our educator partners and students reach these important goals. So, these EDDIE Awards aren’t just accolades for the technology we’ve made; they’re validation that we’re fulfilling our ‘Educator First’ mission. That’s what I’m most proud of.”
About The ComputED Gazette
Having served the educational technology community for over 25 years, The ComputED Gazette is a valuable educational resource. Proud sponsor of two national awards, The Gazette sponsors The Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIES) in the spring and the Education Software Review Awards (EDDIES) in the summer. To find out further information, visit The Gazette’s website.