Denison ISD Adopts Sapling Learning for Science Courses
By Drew Ray
June 17, 2013
Dallas, TX – Austin-based company Sapling Learning announced today that Denison ISD has adopted its online homework & eBook solution for district high schools effective Fall 2013. “Sapling Learning began with one core mission: to help students learn more efficiently. We’ve combined the latest online learning technology with industry-leading support and a focus on real, measurable results to create an interactive homework and instruction solution for high school students and teachers,” says Sapling Learning founder, Jamie Caras. “We’re thrilled to have Denison ISD partner with us in this core mission.”
District administrators and teachers expect this new online homework solution to improve the classroom experience and improve student grades. “We chose Sapling Learning because it covered 100% of the SE’s. It is well organized and challenging, while providing a complete package for each learning objective. Students as well as teachers are able to see at a glance where they are struggling for targeted teaching and intervention. We also have teachers that cover the spectrum of technological knowledge and comfort. Sapling is an intuitive interface that even our most novice instructors can navigate.,” says Renee Burroughs.
About Sapling Learning
Sapling Learning provides the most effective interactive homework and instruction, proven to improve student learning outcomes for the problem-solving disciplines. New for the Texas proclamation 2014 science initiative: Sapling Learning’s Dynamic Science curriculum provides instruction, practice, assessments, and reporting. Created by Texas teachers for Texas teachers. For more information, please visit http://www.hs.saplinglearning.com/.
Denison ISD is a school district in Region 10 that is located north of the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. For more information, please visit http://www.denisonisd.net.
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