Monarch Teaching Technologies now accepting applications for 2012 Visual Learning TechGrants
Monarch Teaching Technologies (MTT) is accepting proposals from qualified educational institutions for their 2012 Visual Learning TechGrant program. Six school districts will be granted access for up to 200 educators to VizZle District Edition, MTT’s web-based authoring tool that offers interactive, visually-supported curriculum for children with autism and other learning challenges.
“The VizZle District Edition is our way of partnering with districts to yield measurable results from the comprehensive deployment of instructional technology.” says Terry Murphy, CEO and Co-Founder of Monarch Teaching Technologies. “We have combined the best web-based visual learning resource with customized professional services to help teachers build proficiency and capacity. We built the VizZle District Edition to respond to the growing demand from public schools for a total solution based on what we have experienced in hundreds of districts nationwide. We are very excited to include it as an integral part of the 2012 Visual Learning TechGrants.”
The 2012 Visual Learning TechGrants are open to any learning institution that would benefit from visual learning and language support for students with autism, pervasive development disorder (PDD), Asperger’s syndrome and other learning challenges. Six TechGrants will be awarded worldwide, providing institutions access to VizZle for the school year. Each TechGrant includes accounts for up to 200 educators, custom professional development, and ongoing technical support. The total retail value of TechGrant awards will total more than $500,000.
More information here.