K12 Leaders Select Defined STEM as a “Reader’s Choice Top 100 Product”
District Administration magazine has highlighted 100 products that enhance learning in districts nationwide in its annual awards program
Northbrook, IL – December 1, 2014 – Defined STEM has been recognized for making a positive difference in education by K12 leaders who named it to District Administration magazine’s “Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products for 2014.”
The winners, selected by District Administration’s editors from a record 2,400-plus nominations, were products that received the highest number of nominations and best descriptions from K12 leaders. The Readers’ Choice Top 100 has been announced online and in the December 2014 issue of District Administration.
District Administration’s Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products award informs superintendents and other senior school district leaders about products their colleagues around the country are using to help their districts excel in a variety of areas, such as technology, sustainability and curriculum instruction.
“With the Top 100 award program steadily growing in size and recognition each year, all of our 2014 honorees should be very proud of their success,” says JD Solomon, District Administration’s editorial director. “We hope that all of our readers continue to be inspired and find innovative ideas from their peers who have had successful product implementations.”
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District Administration provides K12 leaders with critical news and information for school district management, through its monthly magazine, website, e-newsletters and the District Administration Leadership Institute Superintendent Summits. For more information, visit www.DistrictAdministration.com.
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About Defined STEM
Defined STEM combines a number of different content types that accentuate the educational strategies of cross-curricular K12 STEM education enhancing 21st Century Skills and College & Career Readiness. Real-World Videos set the stage for each lesson by showing the practical application of educational concepts within a company/industry. Performance Tasks built around the specific job/industry ask the students to apply the knowledge learned in a real world unpredictable situations. Literacy Tasks ask students to read, synthesize and write informative and/or position papers around the real world career based topic. For more information, visit www.DefinedSTEM.com.