Jenkins Independent School District has earned a Digital Learning Award for using classroom-ready, aligned OER as they continue their commitment to engaged, personalized learning for every student.
Presented by Knovation, the Digital Learning Awards Program recognizes the top 100 school districts who use the organization's applications to implement digital resources that are vetted, aligned and learning-ready for teachers and students. Schools nationwide use Knovation’s applications to deliver more than 360,000 resources organized by grade level, content type, readability, subject and educational theme for use in the classroom and at home.
“We are delighted that districts are using the thousands and thousands of reliable, aligned, ready-for-use OER in our repository to enhance their digital shift,” said Randy Wilhelm, CEO of Knovation. “Jenkins Independent’s commitment to this and other 21st century practices encourage cooperation, collaboration, and inclusion for all learners and their teachers.”
“The Jenkins Independent School District is dedicated to providing our teachers and students with innovative resources and strategies and Knovation has made this task more manageable and reliable.”---Christle Carter, ARI Innovation Coordinator
Visit http://www.knovationlearning.com/pages/digital-learning-awards-2016/ to learn more about the 2016 Digital Learning Awards.
Knovation makes it easy to find, to organize, and to share free digital content for learning. Knovation’s curriculum experts professionally evaluate, tag, standards-align and continuously maintain a collection of hundreds of thousands of online resources covering all subject areas, all grades and all learning resource types. Since 1999, Knovation has delivered on the promise to do something good for kids, every day by helping districts and organizations that serve them meet the needs of diverse K-12 learners in digital learning environments. For more information, please visit www.knovationlearning.com.