VINCI Curriculum the Best Game-based Curriculum Solution Enables
Families to Spend Their Time on Technology Wisely
OTTAWA, May 22, 2014 /CNW/ - VINCI Education, home of the award-winning
Blended Learning Solution, today announced that VINCI Curriculum won an
SIIA CODiE Award for Best Game-based Curriculum Solution.
The (American) Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA), the
principal trade association for the software and digital content
industries, announced VINCI Education as one of 31 CODiE Award winners
among 215 nominees in the education technology category. An SIIA CODiE
Award win for ed tech companies is an especially prestigious honor, as
each award winner has been selected by a combination of educators, who
act as initial judges by selecting finalists from among all nominees,
and SIIA members-company peers, who vote to select the winners from
among the finalists.
VINCI Curriculum, specially designed for children 1.5 to 6 years, offers
a step-by-step learning structure comprised of 43 learning subjects and
three levels of assessment that cover six essential areas of a child's
developing mind including Thinking Skills, Emotional and Social Skills,
Language and Literacy, Math and Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge
Originally developed for home use, VINCI Curriculum also served as the
base for VINCI Education's further development into the preschool and
elementary markets, with real-time data-enabled, game-based assessment
and curriculum - ClassVINCI Blended Solution for schools.
"We are thrilled to have won the prestige CODIE Award," said Dr. Dan
Yang, founder and CEO of VINCI Education. "Through our effort in
developing game-based curriculum, and our effort pushing STEM into
primary grades via the opening of our model school - VINCI School of
Ottawa, we are committed to getting young children excited about
learning, preparing them to meet tomorrow's challenges".
"SIIA's 2014 Education CODiE Award winners' are some of the most
innovative, high-impact education products out there," said SIIA Vice
President for the Education Division Karen Billings. "We congratulate
all of this year's CODiE Award winners, and thank them for the
contributions they have made to the education industry.
SOURCE: VINCI Education
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