AWE to Introduce New Version of Its Student Learning Center™ Digital Learning Product Line Focused Exclusively on PreK-Grade 3 at the 2014 ISTE Conference
AWE’s Student Learning Center™ solution, available on all-in-one touchscreen PCs and tablets, helps PreK-Grade 3 educators personalize the learning experience for young students.
Chester, PA (PRWEB) June 26, 2014
AWE will introduce the latest release (Version 11) of the Student Learning Center™ (PreK-1st) and Student Learning Center™ Elementary (K-3rd) digital learning solutions for young children at the 2014 ISTE Conference on June 29-July 1.
The 2014 ISTE Conference will take place in Atlanta, Ga., starting this Sunday. AWE's booth on the exhibit floor is 948.
More than 16 new educational applications have been added across the Student Learning Center™ (SLC) platform. There are now 77 to 89 applications featured on the SLC platform, which includes four product options: Student Learning Center (PreK-1st), Student Learning Center (PreK-1st) Bilingual Spanish, Student Learning Center Elementary (K-3rd), and Student Learning Center Elementary (K-3rd) Bilingual Spanish.
The Student Learning Center is available on all-in-one touchscreen PCs and tablets.
All of the applications help to uniquely support the combination of Prescriptive, Collaborative, and Explorative instructional methods that the SLC can facilitate. For educators struggling to keep students engaged while ensuring that standards are met, the SLC offers a means for reaching all learning levels in the classroom. The standards-based content features hundreds of assignable learning activities, embedded learning tutorial videos, and granular progress reporting.
AWE recognizes young children learn differently and the Student Learning Center actively supports Learning by Discovery. The pedagogical aims of Learning by Discovery are threefold: (1) promote "deep" learning, (2) promote meta-cognitive skills (develop problem-solving skills, creativity, etc.), and (3) promote student engagement.
Tracking, reporting, and student/class management capabilities are managed from the AWE Customer Portal. Teachers and administrators can access and monitor this information from anywhere on the Internet.
“The Student Learning Center (PreK-1st) and Student Learning Center Elementary (K-3rd) offer the most complete educational solutions available for early learners. No other product matches the depth and breadth of content across all subject areas, while supporting the most effective instructional methods,” says Karl Thornton, president and CEO of AWE.
“The Student Learning Center enables schools to deliver personalized learning and is the perfect digital learning solution for the critical learning period of PreK-Grade 3. Students can work on the SLC independently, collaboratively with others, and with teachers in small group instruction. Students can learn at their own pace, which helps foster confidence and knowledge retention,” states John Lane, Director, Education Sales.
The Student Learning Center products offer an unparalleled collection of assignable digital content supporting a wide range of instructional initiatives including: Common Core, STEM and STEAM, Language Arts: “Learn to Read, Read to Learn,” Intervention and Remediation, Gifted and Special Needs. The Student Learning Center products are currently available in English and Bilingual Spanish on multiple platforms: all-in-one touchscreen, standard desktop, and mobile tablet.
The SLC is implemented in numerous districts across the US, positively impacting thousands of students.
About AWE, Inc. (http://www.awelearning.com)
AWE's mission is to Inspire every child to become a lifelong learner. AWE provides engaging all-in-one digital learning solutions that feature content that covers all curricular areas, from math and science to art and music. Its solutions are found throughout the community in schools, public libraries, child care centers, and at home.
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