San Diego, California (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
With the rapid growth of smartphones and tablets in schools, access to mobile-friendly websites is now a must-have for today’s educators attending the National Title I Conference in San Diego and across the nation. To meet their needs anytime, anywhere, Mentoring Minds optimized its website, becoming one of the first in education to be completely mobile-friendly.
The Mentoring Minds website, located at http://www.mentoringminds.com, combines an innovative mix of adaptive and responsive design, which allows educators to view and use it on all mobile devices, regardless of screen size, operating system or model. It is also fully optimized for m-commerce (mobile-commerce), utilizing geo-location technology to display products aligned to learning goals in the viewer’s home state.
Visitors to the mobile version of the website will have access to Mentoring Minds’ full suite of online products and solutions including Motivation Math and Motivation Reading, Common Core learning resources designed to assist teachers around the nation as they implement the rigorous new learning goals. Other mobile-friendly resources include case studies, white papers and professional development tools.
“Today’s classroom is no longer confined to the four walls of a brick and mortar school building,” said Robert Bush, CEO of Mentoring Minds. “Educators today can teach, do research and plan anytime, anywhere and it is critical they have the tools they need to do that successfully. Our website meets those needs by allowing them to take advantage of the wealth of resources on any device they choose.”
Educators around the country have turned to Mentoring Minds’ tools and resources to put their students on the track to success in the classroom for more than a decade. To view Mentoring Minds’ mobile-ready website, visit http://www.mentoringminds.com.
About Mentoring Minds
Founded more than a decade ago by Michael Lujan and his wife, Lisa, Mentoring Minds develops affordable, effective learning tools that help children think critically. The company's dynamic team of exceptional teachers, curriculum coordinators and administrators works with thousands of schools across the nation that use Mentoring Minds’ learning tools to create classrooms where students learn how to problem solve and teachers are confident in their ability to help each student.
For more information about Mentoring Minds, visit http://www.mentoringminds.com.
For more information, press only: Shaun Wiley, L. Wolfe Communications, 847-644-0237, swiley(at)lwolfe(dot)com.