Education Elements Boosts its Arsenal with Three New Content Providers
SAN CARLOS, CA: Education Elements has announced the addition of three new content providers– Epiphany Learning, Own It U and Spider Learning–to its Personalized Learning Platform (PLP), Highlight. This further expands Education Elements’ curated partner catalog which already involves 16 individual partners.
"In the past five years we have continued to grow our curated catalog while maintaining our focus on only the best-in-class digital content providers and tools for students. We are proud to announce the newest partners and know they will bring value to the districts we support," says Anthony Kim, Founder and CEO, Education Elements.
The content providers help Education Elements create a personalized schooling experience for both students as well as teachers via Highlight. The cloud based platform enables students to access their study materials from different sources while allowing teachers to search for more subject-related information from a variety of learning resources. Moreover, teachers can upload the gathered information from multiple sources into the cloud through the Launchpad, without any fuzz.
The uploaded content can then be accessed by students when they log in to the cloud through their respective accounts. In addition, Highlight offers teachers regular insights on students’ overall progress in order to establish the personalized experience craved by schools. Highlight is currently being used in more than 100 schools across US, covering over 60,000 students. The recognition of the platform among the country’s top schools gives Education Element’s partners added leverage for their future ventures.
"Because we share a mission to unlock the potential of personalized learning for all students, we at Spider Learning, Inc. are excited to formally partner with Education Elements. As content specialists, we help weave a web that connects individual student needs and quality digital resources. We look forward to working with Education Elements to create effective, personalized learning environments for each unique implementation," adds Bill Taylor, CEO, Spider Learning.
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