Awards program recognizes the most innovative Edtech products of the year
The Super Duper Digital Library, a collection of hundreds of online cards, games, and worksheets to support reading and literacy skills for children in Pre-K – Grade 5, has been named a Tech & Learning Best of 2020 Awards winner.
This marks the third national award for the Super Duper Digital Library, which was created in March 2020 to support students learning in online environments due to the pandemic. The SDDL has also been named a winner by the Mom’s Choice Awards and the Family Choice Awards.
The activities in the Super Duper Digital Library include online versions of hundreds of Super Duper’s most popular print worksheets, cards and games including its Fun Decks, Game Boards and Lotto activities. It includes thousands of activities that have been digitized to support distance learning. Each activity targets specific skills such as basic concepts, literacy, grammar, social skills, critical thinking, sequencing, listening, early skills, articulation, phonemic awareness, memory, motors skills, sensory integration, phonics, reading, and more.
“More and more teachers and therapists are turning to the Digital Library to find trusted, easy-to-use education content to support students’ acquisition of literacy, language, and social skills,” said Thomas Webber, chairman of Super Duper. “We are honored to be recognized by Tech & Learning for our work to meet this critical need.”
The Super Duper Digital Library is subscription-based and all resources are standards-aligned. The activities are particularly helpful for children who have speech and language delays, developmental/learning disabilities, or autism.
The Tech & Learning Best of 2020 Awards is a new awards program which judges products based on their value, uniqueness in the market, and the product’s ability to solve specific problems for educators and administrators. The awards program was held in conjunction with Tech & Learning’s annual Best of ISTE Awards which recognized innovative products showcased at the International Society for Technology in Education’s 2020 conference.
“One thing this challenging year has taught us is that education continues to be one of the most resilient and passionate industries around,” says Tech & Learning’s Content Director Christine Weiser. “The winners of the Best of Show at ISTE and The Best of 2020 are examples of how innovation will continue to transform teaching and learning through this pandemic and beyond.”
To view the full list of winners, visit https://www.techlearning.com/news/tech-and-learning-names-the-winners-of-the-2020-best-of-show-at-iste-and-best-of-2020.
To subscribe to the Super Duper Digital Library, visit https://www.superduperinc.com/library/.
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.