Exploros™ for Remote and Face-to-Face Instruction is a Finalist in the 2020 EdTech Awards
This year's finalists and winners were narrowed from the larger field and judged based on various criteria, including: pedagogical workability, efficacy and results, support, clarity, value, and potential. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the EdTech Digest is the largest recognition program in all of education technology.
"We're honored to be recognized,"
Exploros currently offers curriculum bundles in Social Studies, English Language Arts, and Digital Citizenship with more courses in development. Teachers pick and choose from core curriculum playlists and guide the learning. All students have a voice, using social media skills to contribute to the classroom learning experience, whether face-to-face, remote, or a simultaneous mixture of both. Teachers see immediately what the class and each student understands, and are better prepared to personalize instruction. Exploros automatic Classroom Analytics™ help teachers and students see and attain learning targets.
The approach is simple for teachers to implement yet effective. And it is this simplicity that makes Exploros a trendsetter. In a recent case study of 19K students, 94% of campuses using Exploros improved on state testing, and the average gain was an amazing 29%. Furthermore, student populations that were economically "at risk" or "disadvantaged"
"We're proud of our partner district state-testing results," explained Mr. Heilman, "but the key is student engagement. When students take ownership of the learning experience and socially engage, good things happen. The remarkable outcomes are the result of that increased student motivation."
"A very big congratulations to the finalists and winners of The EdTech Awards 2020," said Editor-in-Chief of EdTech Digest, Victor Rivero. A complete list of finalists and winners can be found at https://edtechdigest.com/
Exploros is a Google Cloud Partner, an Amazon EdStart Partner, and is collaborating with Lenovo™ to advance device-enabled instruction in North and South America.