Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) November 21, 2014
Adaptive Curriculum, a leading math and science technology company, announced today the release of its new app-based Biology and Life Science solutions for middle schools and high schools. With technical support from Intel Corporation, a world leader in computing innovation, this interactive content leverages Intel’s computing advantages with Adaptive Curriculum’s instructional expertise. Teachers and students in grades 5-12 can now access interactive math and science apps from their Windows 8.1 and Android computers and tablets.
“Classrooms are quickly evolving into learning environments where tablets and mobile devices are becoming part of the core curriculum,” said Jim Bowler, CEO of Adaptive Curriculum. “We are excited to release the first fully interactive Biology and Life Science solution optimized for tablet learning. Intel has been a very supportive partner of Adaptive Curriculum and believes that today’s students deserve rich and efficacious content that takes full advantages of the latest technologies.”
Adaptive Curriculum apps are now available in both the Windows Store and Google Play. Through two free organizer apps, AC Biology and AC Life Science teachers and students can purchase a complete Biology or Life Science program, specific units or individual apps. Apps address all key standards and include specific topics such as Ecology, Genetics, or Biological Molecules and Cells.
The instructional content included in the apps has been honored with numerous recognitions, including five CODiE awards from SIIA, and the Award of Excellence from Tech and Learning Magazine. These 65 interactive content apps can also be purchased individually directly from the online stores.
About Sebit / Adaptive Curriculum
Sebit has been a global leader in educational technology for more than 25 years and its solutions are used by more than 3 million students in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Sebit’s web-based, interactive instruction is designed for digital learners and helps schools implement an innovative way of teaching and learning. The results are improved comprehension, increased test scores, and students who are ready to compete in the global economy. Sebit’s Adaptive Curriculum develops math and science programs for North America and Latin America, and partners with Arizona State University’s Technology
-Based Learning and Research Center. Headquartered in ASU’s SkySong
Innovation Center in Scottsdale, Arizona, Adaptive Curriculum has received numerous awards and distinctions as a leader in digital curriculum innovation
Lori Hershman, Director Education Solutions
480-874-5510 or lori.hershman(AT)adaptivecurriculum.com