Avantis Education Wins Tech & Learning Best of Show Award at ISTELive 24

Company wins for its exciting enhancements to the ClassVR portal and its expanded library of stunning 360º images

Avantis Education, the leader in virtual reality technology for K-12 schools, won a Tech & Learning Best of Show award at ISTELive24 for its updated ClassVR portal and expanded library of stunning 360º images, all designed to enhance the user experience. This is the third year in a row the company has won this award from Tech & Learning.

“VR/AR technology is a powerful way to enhance lessons, deeply engaging students with the content. We are committed to continuous innovation to provide teachers with the best resources and an exceptional customer experience,” said Avantis CEO Huw Williams. “Being recognized by Tech & Learning at ISTE for the third consecutive year highlights our team’s dedication to delivering the best VR/AR technology for K-12 schools.”

The Tech & Learning Best of Show awards celebrate the products, and businesses behind them, that are transforming education in schools around the world. The Best of Show awards at ISTELive24 celebrates the best products from companies that exhibited at the ISTELive24 edtech conference which took place in June, 2024 in Denver, Colorado.

“Although AI was the most talked-about topic at this year’s ISTE conference, we were impressed by the array of nominated products that continued to support the nuts and bolts of teaching and learning and meaningfully integrated emerging tech,” said Christine Weiser, content director for Tech & Learning in a statement announcing the winners. “Our judges chose the products that they believed best supported innovation in the classroom and district. Congratulations to our winners!”

Avantis is the creator of ClassVR, the award-winning all-in-one VR/AR headset and content platform designed specifically for K-12 classrooms. Used by more than 2 million students in 200,000 classrooms in 90 countries, it includes all hardware, software, tools, training, support and implementation services needed to deploy VR/AR in the classroom. It also provides access to the Eduverse platform, ClassVR’s robust library of content which gives teachers access to hundreds of thousands of pieces of VR and AR content and resources to enhance lessons and engage students more deeply in their learning.

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The American Consortium for Equity in Education, publisher of the "Equity & Access" journal, celebrates and connects the educators, associations, community partners and industry leaders who are working to solve problems and create a more equitable environment for historically underserved pre K-12 students throughout the United States.

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