Tonight at 5pm PT in San Francisco, the winners for the 2017 CODiE Awards will be announced. The CODiE Awards are a peer-recognized program founded in 1986 that recognizes excellence in educational information, technology and software development. This year, Macmillan Learning is thrilled to have three products nominated for the awards: Sapling, Intellus, and FlipIt.
For Best Instructional Solution - which recognizes “the best instructional solution for science and health curricula and content for students in the PK-12 or higher education market” - the CODiE Awards nominated Sapling. CEO Ken Michaels describes the product as “probably the deepest most prominent, research-oriented way of prompting learning and learning pathways.”
For Best Social Sciences or Social Studies Instructional Solution, which recognizes excellence in social sciences content, CODiE nominated FlipIt. View a brief demo of this tool and review the research that supports FlipIt here.
And finally, for Best Digital Aggregation and Sharing Solution, Intellus has been nominated as of one of “the best digital platform[s] for educators to gather, describe, and share resources of all online sources and formats.”
All of these technologies serve as examples of how Macmillan Learning improves lives through learning. We are delighted and honored to have our products nominated. See this link to watch the livestream of the ceremony tonight, and keep your fingers crossed! And whatever the outcome, it continues to be a privilege to provide today's students and educators with the tools to succeed!
About Macmillan Learning:
Macmillan Learning improves lives through learning. Our legacy of excellence in education continues to inform our approach to developing world-class content with pioneering, interactive tools. Through deep partnership with the world’s best researchers, educators, administrators, and developers, we facilitate teaching and learning opportunities that spark student engagement and improve outcomes. We provide educators with tailored solutions designed to inspire curiosity and measure progress. Our commitment to teaching and discovery upholds our mission to improve lives through learning. To learn more, please visithttp://www.macmillanlearning.com or see us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN or join our Macmillan Community.