(Boston, Mass. & Ottawa, Ontario) Oct. 3rd, 2013 – The winners of the 18th Annual Education Software Review Awards (EDDIE) have been announced, and the award for best tablet learning solution went to VINCI’s blended learning program.
Vinci’s blended learning program, ClassVINCI, combines cutting edge technology and up-to-date curriculum content to help students learn in an engaging, exciting way.
“We are honored to have ClassVINCI recognized for its pioneering effort in empowering children and educators,” said Dr. Dan Yang, creator of VINCI. “We want to support children in their journeys to become lifelong learners, and we are glad the EDDIEs have recognized ClassVINCI as a leader in this area.”
All of ClassVINCI’s curriculum content meets or exceeds ECE, Head Start and Common Core standards. The program also offers professional development for teachers and a learning management tool to track student progress.
The EDDIE Awards recognize innovative and content-rich programs, apps and websites that augment classroom curriculum and improve teacher productivity. Winners are chosen from titles submitted by publishers worldwide.
For more than 19 years, The ComputED Gazette has been an online educational resource for educators. Based in the San Diego area, the online publication’s directors are former classroom teachers who have expertise in providing the finest computer education to children and adults. The complete list of 2013 EDDIE winners can be found at: http://computedgazette.com/index.html
For more about VINCI Blended Learning Programs, go to: http://www.vincieducation.com/
Rullingnet Corporation, the company behind the VINCI brand, pioneers the creation of a new category of fun learning tools with the goal to engage, empower and educate children. By using a scaffolding teaching method designed by developmental psychologists and education experts, educators encourage children’s curiosity with play-based learning program at home or in school. VINCI for school, under the product name Class VINCI, not only provides curriculum and assessment tools, but also includes cloud-based learning management where teachers get analytical reports on how each child is meeting the goals. VINCI for Home provides leveled curriculum for at-home practices and covers a wide range of subjects such as math, language, critical thinking. The home program was recently honored as a CES 2013 Innovation Award honoree.