" Empowering Education"
Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) February 27, 2012
Online education can reinforce both academic excellence and the joy of learning if designed with a knowledgeable yet creative approach. TellyQuiz.com invites kids in grades two through 12 to sharpen their academic and social skills through fun, interactive quizzing games.
This revolutionary educational portal belies the belief that elearning is dry and repetitive. Creator Gauthaman Thangaraju has designed an online environment that immerses students in a full spectrum of colorful, dynamic and challenging activities.
With an entirely revamped and vibrant new platform that is easier than ever to navigate, Telly Quiz beckons kids to explore as far as their imaginations take them and then test the boundaries of their new knowledge.
The Telly Quiz curriculum is categorized according to grade level and covers all the standard subjects from science to language arts. Inspirational quotes offer motivational context and a jokes section give kids a daily dose of humor.
Self-directed and open-ended, the Telly Quiz learning environment encourages kids to challenge themselves with timed tests and invite their friends to "play" quizzes too. Online education with the Telly Quiz twist is a free, safe and fun elearning environment.
Child health experts at the "http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/cancer/pedresource/pedres_docs/ChildrenLearnThruPlay.pdf" University of California at Davis agree that that playing helps kids hone their cognitive abilities: "Children move on to higher levels of thought as they play in a more stimulating environment." Through positive interaction, children learn to cooperate and negotiate successfully. Playing with peers gives kids social coping skills that become more important as they assume their adult roles.
Telly Quiz nurtures academic and social development. It is always challenging, always stimulating and unquestionably fun. When a student logs on after school to complete a math worksheet or meet friends for a quiz face-off, he or she is at the controls.
Unlike elearning programs, Telly Quiz is completely self-directed. A student can elect to complete grade-appropriate math worksheet or challenge himself with upper-level materials. Rewards take the form of a sense of accomplishment in gaining new knowledge or outscoring new friends.
With the launch of its new Facebook page, Tellyquiz.com is expanding its international outreach while drawing kids closer together for new challenges and interactive fun. Any student who loves knowledge and social interaction is welcome to join in.