Somerville, Mass. (PRWEB) February 21, 2014
Award-winning educational technology website BoomWriter Media celebrated today its one millionth student chapter submission. First used in a local middle school classroom, BoomWriter has established a presence in over 10,000 elementary, middle, and high school classrooms spread throughout more than 60 countries. The one millionth collaboration marks an exciting milestone for the startup, where thousands of writing projects have been conducted in schools, of which over 1,300 have been converted into published books.
“Having been in the room when the first class of students submitted their chapters on BoomWriter, makes reaching this milestone that much more amazing and rewarding to me,” shared Chris Twyman, co-founder and CEO of BoomWriter Media. “From the very first day, the students loved BoomWriter,” said Twyman, “and I could not be happier to see now that so many students are using, enjoying, and learning on BoomWriter.” Ken Haynes, co-founder and COO of BoomWriter Media, added, “We’re thrilled to have reached this exciting milestone, but we could not have done it without all the tremendous teachers who see BoomWriter as an effective and engaging way for their students to learn.”
BoomWriter’s interactive platform blends writing and technology use and can be easily integrated into a variety of curricula. While aligning with the Common Core State Standards, BoomWriter delivers a challenging and engaging 21st century learning experience that enables students to create, collaborate, and assess written content in ways they have never done before.
About BoomWriter Media, Inc.
Serving as an effective and personalized learning tool, award-winning educational technology website BoomWriter is easy to use and free for teachers, allowing their students to collaborate with classmates to create and publish stories and other original content. BoomWriter blends writing and technology use to provide an interactive writing platform that can be integrated into a variety of curricula. Having originated in a middle school classroom, BoomWriter is now used in over 10,000 elementary, middle and high schools spread throughout more than 60 countries. For more information, please visit http://www.boomwriter.com