CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- ExploreLearning announced today that the company won the 2010 Golden Lamp Award in the Curriculum category from The Association of Educational Publishers (AEP). The Golden Lamp is AEP's highest award, representing the gold standard in educational products. Golden Lamp entries are judged against products from all subject and grade levels.
"We are honored that AEP has recognized ExploreLearning Gizmos as 2010's premier curriculum solution for students," said Dave Shuster, Ph.D., Founder and Publisher of ExploreLearning. "Enabling students to develop a solid foundation in math and science concepts is more important than ever. Our goal is to continually improve what we do to better support educators in meeting this critical need."
According to AEP judges, the online simulations are a terrific supplement to traditional classroom instruction, helping increase students' understanding in Math and Science and are highly engaging.
For over 100 years, AEP has supported and promoted the educational publishing industry. Their annual awards program honors the best materials and accomplishments in educational products. Judged by peers and experts, the awards provide an objective, authoritative evaluation of instructional products across the broad spectrum of educational publishing. Winning products are widely recognized as exhibiting outstanding quality and achievement.
For a complete list of 2010 AEP Award winners, please visit http://www.aepweb.org/awards/winners.htm.
ExploreLearning.com is home to the world's largest library of interactive, online simulations for math and science in grades 3-12. With more than 450 Gizmos online, ExploreLearning's growing base of inquiry-based learning materials provides a powerful enhancement to the way teachers teach and students learn. Gizmos bring research-proven instructional strategies to classrooms in all 50 U.S. states, and in 31 countries around the world. ExploreLearning is a Charlottesville, Virginia based business unit of Cambium Learning Group, Inc. [NASDAQ: ABCD.] For more information, please visit www.explorelearning.com
The Association of Educational Publishers is the national, nonprofit professional organization for educational publishers. AEP supports the growth of supplemental educational publishing by providing opportunities for industry collaboration, disseminating educational research, representing educational interests to government agencies, providing quality professional development and affording recognition for educational publishing leaders. For more information, please visit www.AEPweb.org.
SOURCE ExploreLearning; Cambium Learning Group, Inc.