Scottsdale, Ariz. – September 30, 2009 – When students and teachers demand innovative web-based science and math activities, Sebit, LLC delivers with its award-winning Adaptive Curriculum. Honored for the second year in a row, Adaptive Curriculum won the 2009 Education Software Review Awards (EDDIE) for Best Middle School Science and Math Website.
The EDDIE is presented by ComputED Learning Center, San Diego’s leading computer education resource. Now in its 14th year, the awards program targets innovative and content-rich programs and websites that augment the classroom curriculum and improve teacher productivity, providing parents and teachers with the technology to foster educational excellence. Selection criteria include academic content, potential for broad classroom use, technical merit, subject approach, and management system. Winners are selected from titles submitted by publishers around the world.
"We are appreciative of all the attention Adaptive Curriculum receives from leading educational associations and publications," said Ahmet Eti, CEO of Sebit, LLC. "This is our ninth award in two years for online science and math. Adaptive Curriculum is designed to engage students and provide teachers with useful technology driven activities in the classroom," he added.
The ComputED Learning Center has described Adaptive Curriculum as "an outstanding online system that uses highly enhanced 3-D visuals and animations to engage middle grade students in learning applied science and math. The program offers a rich library of web-based science and math activities, allowing children to test various strategies, manipulate simulations and practice concepts related to real-world scenarios."
Many students feel disconnected from math and science. Adaptive Curriculum keeps students connected and plugged into a learning environment designed to build core understanding and promote student achievement.
While Adaptive Curriculum provides a content rich environment for students, Sebit, LLC also believes in engaging teachers. Sebit provides "best in kind" professional development for teachers using technology in the classroom. The professional development program is developed and led by renowned Arizona State University faculty and staff as part of the innovation and entrepreneurship center at ASU SkySong.
For more information and a free trial, visit www.adaptivecurriculum.com or phone 888-999-9319.
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Sebit, LLC, developer of the award-winning Adaptive Curriculum, is a U.S. based company located at the ASU SkySong Research facility providing curriculum solutions in math and science for grades 5-12 students and educators. Adaptive Curriculum–the company’s premier product–is a web-based digital learning system designed to engage students in hands-on learning. Adaptive Curriculum uses a visual approach to foster conceptual understanding of math and science standards. Students are motivated to learn by the realistic graphics, interactive problem sets, and compelling real-world activities. Educators are delighted with the intuitive interface and tools that facilitate their capacity to provide personalized instruction. Districts where the software has been implemented note a significant improvement in student achievement, attendance, and attitudes towards math and science. Sebit also offers professional development workshops on teaching math and science with technology.
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