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Saturday, January 26, 2008

First-of-Its-Kind Elementary School Math Curriculum Meets the iPod Generation on Its Turf

I'd like to let you know about Pearson's launch of enVisionMATH.

Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley enVisionMATH
enVisionMATH Combines Digital Animations, Visual Learning to Build Innovative Program for 21st Century Learners

America's students are growing up in a digital world of iPods, the Internet, instant messaging and computer games, but, until now, they have all been "powering down" when they enter the classroom.
Today, with Pearson's launch of enVisionMATH, schools can offer elementary students a program that meets them on their own turf, with a curriculum that combines visual animation and next-generation technologies to engage and entertain students while providing a comprehensive foundation in math skills that will prepare them for success in the 21st century economy.
Debuting at the Florida Educational Technology Conference (FETC) in Orlando this week, enVisionMATH was developed by Scott Foresman and the nation's top math experts in conceptual development, problem-solving and visual learning instructional strategies in collaboration with classroom teachers.

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