From the Wires
NewPath Launches Online Learning Program for Grades 1 - 12
By: PR Newswire
Jan. 10, 2013 05:00 AM
VICTOR, N.Y., Jan. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NewPath Learning, LLC, award-winning developer of supplemental education products for K-12 education, today announced the launch of a new online learning program featuring ready-to-use interactive, multimedia lessons for Science, Math, Language Arts and Social Studies. The website, www.newpathlearning.com, also includes easy-to-use tools designed for educators to create and deliver custom lessons for entire classes or individual students.
"NewPath's Online Learning Program is a standards-based means for educators to provide truly differentiated instruction which is both engaging, yet economically affordable," stated Kurt Gelke, NewPath's president. "The resources provided are ideal for use on interactive whiteboards for classroom instruction or for individual student use on any Mac or Windows-based computer. Additionally, the site can be used with mobile devices to include tablets and, in the very near future, iPads."
Gelke added that the supplemental curriculum mastery and assessment preparation program is unique in that it provides –
A free, basic version of NewPath's Online Learning Program provides the ability to employ tools and templates to develop and deliver customized lessons. The subscription also provides limited access to NewPath's extensive curriculum resource library. Annual premium subscriptions are available for as low as $99.95 per teacher and provide unlimited access to NewPath's complete library of interactive lessons, activities and assessments.
NewPath will be introducing the product at both the upcoming FETC Conference from January 29th – 31st in Orlando, FL as well as the TCEA Conference in Austin, TX from February 6th – 9th.
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