The tools in Jigsaw provides live interaction and collaboration including activity based learning with the ability to see what the students are doing and gauge what they are learning.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 16, 2014
Jigsaw announces the CIO Review Magazine identified them as one of the most promising education technology service providers for 2014/15. “Jigsaw is focused on changing virtual education from a teaching environment to a learning environment,” says Josette Fleszar, CEO of Jigsaw.
How the honorees were chosen:
The annual list of companies is selected by a panel of experts and members of CIO Review’s editorial board. “Our Editorial team evaluated several mature vendors to present to you the most promising education technology solutions and service companies. These are companies whose solutions are truly capable of impacting the education landscape,” states Pradeep Shankar (Editor-in Chief CIO Review).
CIO Review writes:
“The company’s virtual classroom allows teachers to reach students around the world to conduct virtual classes, student projects, student study projects, professional development, parent/ teacher reviews and other communications. The tools in Jigsaw provides live interaction and collaboration including activity based learning with the ability to see what the students are doing and gauge what they are learning. Jigsaw’s multi-dimensional learning application includes multi-media features that allow teachers to simultaneously utilizes different learning tools and approaches to their point across to students.”
Jigsaw’s virtual learning platform focuses on the critical aspects of learning. “We understand that for students to learn in any environment we must get them engaged and Jigsaw provides multiple engagement tools that let the instructors track both student and class engagement”, adds Ginger Ackerman (Vice President of Jigsaw). “You can describe Jigsaw as a virtual learning solution that is flexible and adaptable to the varying needs of different institutions and organizations,” says Fleszar. Jigsaw was built specifically for education and training so it includes the tools that educators and trainers really need.
Fleszar also identifies, “Our goal is to continuously strive to improve the virtual learning experience and we focus on providing what our clients really need. It’s not about teaching, it’s about learning and we turn students from passive listeners to active learners.”
Jigsaw offers a virtual, interactive and engaging solution for education and training. Jigsaw focuses on the learning experience for the education and corporate training markets. The team at Jigsaw knows that without engagement learning is not optimized. Jigsaw addresses three key factors to successful learning: knowledge, experiential and application learning. These factors play a significant role in learning.
For more information about Jigsaw, please contact them at 678-208-2282. You can also read about the full article by clicking here.