Britannica School Wins Teachers’ Choice Award
January 26, 2014
Comprehensive Knowledge Resource Distinguished in Classroom Tests
Britannica Digital Learning announced today that its flagship education product Britannica School has won the Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom.
Used by more than 60,000 schools and libraries in the U.S., Britannica School is a leading online, interactive learning resource for students and teachers in grades K-12. With extensive, up-to-date information sources, it’s specially designed for differentiated instruction and is the only product of its kind that provides three distinct content levels, allowing students to move easily to material at a higher, more rigorous level or a lower reading level as needed. Its content is reliable, age-appropriate, updated continuously and closely correlated to all curriculum standards, including the Common Core State Standards.
Britannica School supports every subject, making it easy for teachers in language arts, math, science, social studies and the arts to coordinate and collaborate on lessons. It’s responsive design allows the entire site to work equally well on any device–PC, tablet, laptop or smart phone.
The Teacher’s Choice Award is unique among educational honors in that competing products are judged exclusively by panels of teachers who use those products in the classroom. They’re evaluated on quality, instructional value, ease of use and innovation.
Britannica Digital Learning is a division of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
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