"We are excited to add Imagine Learning to our ecosystem and provide our clients with access to highest quality K–6 literacy and language learning content."
Provo, UT (PRWEB) January 21, 2015
Imagine Learning, a leading provider of K–6 language and literacy software, today announced a partnership with Education Elements, a leading provider of software and services for district-wide personalized learning initiatives. This new partnership adds the focused language and literacy expertise of Imagine Learning to the Education Elements personalized learning platform to provide schools with the best in blended learning software.
Education Elements works with schools and districts that are on the cutting edge of transformation as they utilize technology solutions to implement personalized learning models, increase student achievement, implement 1:1 device initiatives, and transition to Common Core or state standards. As districts face the challenge of sifting through a growing number of digital blended learning products and models, Education Elements helps them navigate the technological, leadership, and paradigm shifts that best facilitate this type of transformation.
“Implementation of quality digital content like Imagine Learning is at the core of the Education Elements strategy,” said Jeremy Cowdrey, executive vice president of sales and marketing at Imagine Learning. “We are excited to be part of a platform ecosystem which offers schools the latest in personalized learning.”
Because blended schools typically implement multiple digital content providers for different grade levels, keeping track of the different login processes and the data generated by each of the products presents students, teachers, and administrators with a significant challenge. Highlight, Education Elements’ personalized learning platform, provides a single point of entry to all content and delivers simplified access to data and insights to guide instruction.
"Education Elements, has an industry-unique rigorous process to evaluate the efficacy of our partners' products before they become part of our ecosystem. Our educators review and match each provider for appropriate product fit with our clients." said Anthony Kim, CEO of Education Elements. "We are excited to add Imagine Learning to our ecosystem and provide our clients with access to highest quality K–6 literacy and language learning content.”
Imagine Learning and Education Elements share the joint purpose of providing schools with information and tools to help teachers overcome the challenges they face in the classroom. English language learners, struggling readers, and gifted students are just a few of the unique student populations with different learning needs. Adaptive software such as Imagine Learning adjusts to each individual student, so children can be taught at the exact level they need to be—facilitating comprehension and speeding up progression. As schools use digital tools to move toward more personalized learning models, teachers are able to reach even more students by utilizing the data generated to inform instruction.
About Imagine Learning
Imagine Learning delivers award-winning language and literacy solutions to elementary students throughout the U.S. and around the world. Imagine Learning creates educational software that uses engaging, one-on-one instruction to meet students’ individual learning needs. The software is research-based, instructionally differentiated, and incredibly fun to use. Also available on iPad and Chromebook, Imagine Learning supports a dynamic blended learning experience. For more information, please visit http://www.imaginelearning.com.
About Education Elements
Education Elements is a nationally-recognized solutions company that helps districts and schools develop and implement personalized learning strategies. Education Elements’ goal is to accelerate learning, improve achievement, and increase student agency and engagement in a way that is sustainable for teachers. Education Elements unlocks the potential of any teacher to personalize learning for every student. To learn more, please visit: http://www.edelements.com.