Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
Educators and parents can now get independent information about Scientific Minds' state-adopted science products, the Biology Starters and the Chemistry Starters, both of which were adopted in Texas with 100% TEKS coverage. The reviews on LearningList.com help educators and parents understand which instructional materials and online courses will work best for their students and how to use products most effectively.
Scientific Minds' Founder and President Kathy Reeves states, "We value the independent review provided by Learning List and believe parents and educators will benefit from the depth of information they furnish about our science products as well as from teacher comments and subscriber ratings."
LearningList.com features three types of reviews for Texas state-adopted products:
1) A link to the state review panel's independent evaluation of each product's alignment of the TEKS and alignment percentage;
2) An editorial review highlighting the key features that distinguish Scientific Minds' science products from other state-adopted and non-adopted products;
3) Subscriber ratings and reviews where educators and parents who have used Biology Starters and Chemistry Starters can share their experience with others.
"We are delighted that Scientific Minds had the confidence to submit their products for our independent review and greatly enjoyed working with them. I know that schools and districts across the country will appreciate the opportunity to learn more about these materials," said Jackie Lain, president and founder of Learning List.
Scientific Minds, a publisher of award-winning online resources for K-12 science education, offers a free 7-day trial for each of its Science Starters products at http://www.ScientificMinds.com.
About Learning List
Learning List is a professional resource review service that empowers educators and parents nationally to select the right K-12 instructional materials and online courses for their students. Subscribers may access Learning List's online library of completed reviews, may request that publishers submit additional products to Learning List for review, and may submit open-source instructional materials for review. Tools on LearningList.com make it easy to identify, compare, and select the K-12 instructional materials that meet students' unique needs. The website also helps subscribers document compliance with laws, regulations, and grant requirements governing the selection of instructional materials.