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The touchscreen Early Literacy Station computers, which provide early education skills, school readiness, and self-directed learning exploration for young children, will be placed in various branches
Meadowview Elementary partnered with AWE, Inc.
Harrison County now has a total of 30 AWE Early Literacy Stations™— which provide computer skills, school readiness, and early learning fun for young children— throughout its library system.
Library adds a total of 11 Early Literacy Station™ and 8 AfterSchool Edge™ touchscreen computers, which provide hundreds of early learning activities, school-readiness support, homework help,
This year, the number of winning libraries is expanded to three.
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.
Featuring content for elementary school students of all grade levels, the AfterSchool Edge™ will be used for Alta Loma’s Summer Camp program and at various sites throughout the school year.
Library Adds a Total of 13 Early Literacy Station™ and AfterSchool Edge™ Computers, Which Provide Early Learning Skills, School Readiness, Homework Help, and Learning Reinforcement for Children
The Early Literacy Station™ and AfterSchool Edge™ computers provide early learning skills, school readiness, homework help, and learning reinforcement for children. Chester,
This year, three libraries will receive a free Early Literacy Station™ computer from AWE. Chester, PA (PRWEB) March 27, 2014 AWE, Inc.
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