Dallas, Texas – September 1, 2009 – Study Island’s free webinar series focuses on the new Tennessee Curriculum Standards.
Archipelago Learning, owner of Study Island, has begun hosting free webinars to help users and potential users to understand the benefits of using Archipelago Learning’s programs, learn best practices, share creative ideas, and introduce new programs.
This week’s forty-five minute webinar focuses on Study Island’s updates based on the recent changes from the Tennessee Department of Education. The Study Island Tennessee Curriculum Standards Mastery program was released August 10, 2009 with the updated state standards.
“We are excited to introduce the new state standards incorporated into the Study Island program to Tennessee teachers during this week’s webinar,” stated JW Marshall, Coordinator of Educator Events for Archipelago Learning, LLC. “We go to great lengths to ensure our programs are accurate and current. We want educators to partner with us to do their best for their students and we believe our webinar series is an innovative way to accomplish that.”
This week’s webinar is Thursday, September 3, 2009 from 1:30-2:15 EDT. Participants of the webinar are eligible for 10% savings on any new Study Island purchases made before September 30, 2009.
Please visit www.studyisland.com/webinars to register for this week’s webinar or to view the calendar of upcoming webinar events.
About Study Island
Study Island is a leading provider of online, standards-based assessment, instruction, practice, and test preparation programs for the U.S. K-12 educational market. For more information, please visit www.studyisland.com. Study Island is a member of Archipelago Learning, LLC based in Dallas, TX. www.archipelagolearning.com.
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