Ed Tech Company SuperDville Awards Over $25,000 In Microgrants!


NEW YORK, NY – SuperDville is proud to announce the winners of it’s first  SEL for Students who Learn Differently Microgrant 2023. SuperDville is a mission driven woman and minority owned and operated company which produces a video based social and emotional learning (SEL) curriculum designed to empower 7-13-year-olds with learning differences. www.superdville.com 

“The response was incredible. Everyone demonstrated a true need and presented creative ways to support or rethink their approach to social emotional learning.” “We received so many thoughtful entries that we couldn’t select just five awards, “so we ended up providing seven full site licenses!” “This is not a nice to have instruction, SuperDville is an absolute must-have instruction, which targets the one-in-five student with dyslexia or other learning differences. .”SuperDville CEO Peggy Stern said. 

The entries all demonstrated great promise for transforming the teaching and learning community in schools, which have been hit so hard throughout the pandemic. 

The 2023-24 Microgrant winners are:

The seven grant winners will receive a free school-wide 15-month package which includes:

  • A school-wide license for use in classrooms, the library, and student homes.
  • Onboarding support and professional development to facilitate successful implementation.
  • 15 months of complimentary support to ensure maximum engagement and efficacy. 

“Everyone who entered this grant is a winner in our eyes, but unfortunately we could not underwrite all of the applications. As such we have created a special new category for Honorable Mention winners who were selected to receive a matching grant. 

ABOUT SuperDville: SuperDville is a fun peer-to-peer, video-based social-emotional learning (SEL) tool with corresponding curricula and hands-on activities for kids 7-13 years-old who learn differently (dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, and ADHD). Teachers share  a 5-minute episode starring a cast of kids who themselves have learning differences, followed by activities based on the episode’s theme.. . Themes include SEL skills like  self-advocacy, confidence, and resilience while promoting a peer-to-peer model. www.superdville.com 

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