Our customers have told us how much their kids improve with SmathMath and how much they like it, so I’m not surprised teachers who tested it in their classrooms found the same thing,
Chicago (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
Britannica Digital Learning announced today that SmartMath: Practice, its online adaptive math program for grades K-8, has won the Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom.
Teachers’ Choice is unique among educational honors in that competing products are judged exclusively by panels of teachers who use those products in the classroom. They’re evaluated on quality, instructional value, ease of use and innovation. This is the award’s twentieth year.
SmartMath Practice is an engaging online program for grades K-8 that builds math proficiency and confidence. It’s curriculum-correlated, covering 189 math topics with 40,000 questions. The program is ideal for schools, libraries and for use at home. Its highly interactive, game-like interface motivates students, and the program adapts to each child’s level.
“Our customers have told us how much their kids improve with SmathMath and how much they like it, so I’m not surprised teachers who tested it in their classrooms found the same thing,” said Michael Ross, general manager of Britannica Digital Learning and a senior vice president with Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. “Teachers know what kids need and what works.”
More information about SmartMath: Practice and other Britannica education products is available at 1-800-621-3900 and http://info.eb.com.
About Britannica Digital Learning
Britannica Digital Learning (BDL) provides reliable, high-quality products and solutions for educators and students in grades PreK-16. DL products are created by scholarly experts, skilled editors, educators, and curriculum specials. They’re designed to ignite curiosity and collaboration in students and make teaching and learning more effective. Products include Britannica School, SmartMath, Pathways: Science, and Image Quest. BDL is a division of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. and is headquartered in Chicago.