OVIEDO, FL – InfoSource Learning, the provider of SimpleAssessment for student technology proficiency, is excited to announce free technology test prep resources now available on www.SimpleK12.com.
The free games can be used by teachers and students in preparation for any basic technology assessment. A variety of games cover technology concepts found in the International Society for Technology in Education’s (ISTE) National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for Students. Both fun and educational, students and teachers can work through the games in groups or individually.
The free resources are available for all teachers and classrooms, regardless of whether they are using SimpleAssessment. The growing collection of games currently includes crossword puzzles, online board games, and trivia games.
For access to the test prep games, please visit www.SimpleK12.com. Additional information regarding the games or SimpleAssessment is also available by calling 1-800-393-4636.
About InfoSource Learning: For over 26 years, InfoSource Learning has been an industry leader in providing personalized, innovative solutions for the education, corporate, and government training segments. Specifically for education, InfoSource Learning provides SimpleK12.com resources for teachers, students, and school technology departments including a free student technology assessment, SimpleAssessment. Through SimpleK12.com, InfoSource Learning also offers online student technology curriculum, teacher professional development, internet safety programs, and more. To learn more about custom personalized training solutions from InfoSource Learning, call 800-393-4636 or visit http://www.infosourcelearning.com.
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