Greenlawn, NY (PRWEB) January 29, 2012
Watch Me Learn, Inc., the leading provider of multi-sensory and video modeling teaching tools for children with developmental delays, language delays, autism as well as children learning English as a second language, is pleased to announce the news of being chosen by readers of the eSchool News as a Readers’ Choice Award Honorable Mention for 2012. Readers submitted nominations for products that they have benefited from, and after being reviewed by the eSchoolNews editorial staff, Watch Me Learn was selected amongst only 100 companies nationwide that were selected as winners and honorary winners.
Mary Beth Palo, the founder and president of Watch Me Learn, could not be more thrilled with this honor. Watch Me Learn is a small company focused solely on working to help children learn and achieve greatness. Using video modeling techniques, children learn important skills for everyday life without realizing they are learning. Watch Me Learn products are scientifically proven to teach children important skills, and this award means so much to the company.
Mrs. Palo, the mother of a child with autism, founded Watch Me Learn in 2003. She created a teaching video for her son after months of one-on-one therapy failed to produce the progress that she’d hoped for. It proved to be a turning point in his road to recovery and requests for her homemade videos prompted her to form Watch Me Learn, focused on creative effective video-based instruction.
Watch Me Learn puts a lot of care into the planning, creation and distribution of each item in its growing library. The attention to detail is a reflection of a commitment to provide video-based instruction that actually makes learning possible and fun too. You can learn a little more about its mission and the people who are making it all happen by browsing through its website.
Watch Me Learn would like to formally thank all of the eSchool readers who made this honorable mention possible. It looks forward to continuing the betterment of education for children everywhere, and producing more products to continue to help all of the children who have grown from its products thus far.