Core Learning Exchange has encountered a strong demand for CTE digital content and is excited to help schools prepare students with the skills they need for career and college readiness by providing these high quality simulation games.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) December 06, 2016
Core Learning Exchange (Core-LX.com), a Boulder, CO-based mastery learning platform developer, and Toolwire (Toolwire.com), a developer of game-based simulations for career and technical education skills, announce a partnership that makes Toolwire products available today to all Core Learning Exchange subscribers.
Toolwire, which has delivered over 1 billion minutes of digital learning over the past five years, produces digital game-based simulations that immerse students (secondary through college) in authentic workplace scenarios targeting essential 21st Century skills.
In 2016, Toolwire launched 20 business modules for Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. These role-based simulations, which each take approximately 20-minutes to complete and target one to three standards-based learning objectives, cover topics such as running meetings, preparing presentations, organizing teams, hiring and retaining employees, making investments, and more.
“Core Learning Exchange has encountered a strong demand for CTE digital content and is excited to help schools prepare students with the skills they need for career and college readiness by providing these high quality simulation games,” comments Jeff Katzman, Founder and CEO of Core Learning Exchange.
“Toolwire is excited to partner with the Core Learning Exchange,” says Toolwire President and CEO, John Valencia. “The CLX platform provides an innovative new way to help instructors develop engaging, personalized lesson plans with our immersive game-based digital courseware.”
Check out Toolwire on Core Learning Exchange with a 30-day free trial at: https://edu.core-lx.com
Core Learning Exchange is a Boulder, Colorado-based education technology start-up, graduate of the 2016 BoomStartUp EdTech Accelerator in Salt Lake City, UT and the SETDA Emerging Partners 2016 cohort. The Core-LX ecosystem includes advisors Michael Horn and Steven Hodas. The innovative Mastery Learning Platform includes playlist and lesson builders, and a digital learning content library featuring lessons from Toolwire, Florida Virtual School, BetterMarks (math content in English, Spanish and German), Highlights for Children, NuSkool, SAS Curriculum Pathways, LearnZillion, Khan Academy, CrashCourse, Knovation, as well as over 30 self-publishers.
Toolwire prepares learners with the “soft” and “hard” skills needed for student success and workplace readiness. To support faculty and students, Toolwire’s products and solutions are backed by value-added services including 24x7x365 support, LMS integration, and instructor onboarding.