The BESSIE Awards target innovative and content-rich programs and websites that provide parents and teachers with the technology to promote educational excellence. Winners are selected from titles submitted by publishers around the world. The awards truly highlight the best in educational software.
"Grateful and honored is how we feel here at SmartTutor.com when it comes to receiving these BESSIE awards," stated
SmartTutor's Education Programs include research-based reading and math programs that provide assessment and individualized instruction. The program provides children with the customized tutoring they need at home in order to maintain, improve or advance their academic ability, whether they are homeschooled or are enrolled in traditional school. With SmartTutorTM parents are able to afford an award-winning tutoring program without the high costs, scheduling, and traveling associated with traditional tutoring. Parents can view their children's progress from any computer ensuring a cohesive approach to managing and monitoring academic progress. All
There are no downloads or installations required for this web-based program and it can be set up in minutes by parents or tutors at home. Parents, tutors and children do not need training to use the program. The system is easy to use and all learning content and customer support is "on demand." Phone and email support is available free of charge.
SmartTutor.com provides parents with web-based math and reading curriculum that supports learning via targeted instruction. SmartTutor's math and reading software includes tools that help parents seamlessly provide assessment, differentiated instruction and monitoring. Based in
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