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Nothing matches Jazzles for learning styles!

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I love the feedback from our teachers. Here’s one from a teacher who works across PREK-G1 including ESL.
She covers today’s biggest educational challenge – mixed ability classes – and the importance of Jazzles with its VAK learning styles and engaging pedagogy.

“Here we are again – another semester and Jazzles too!
I use Jazzles all day and if I had my way I’d use only Jazzles but we have to use other stuff to!
Nothing else matches Jazzles for the multiple styles of learning it encompasses.
Along with recording the results on ESGI, I think it makes a HUGE difference!
This year we have younger children – lots of English as second language, speech problems, no English and low socioeconomic backgrounds.
So they are 3 and have come with very limited knowledge of colours, shapes, letters, their own names, listening, manners.
I spent most of the last day of the 2011-2012 school year in tears.
The parents were so lovely in all the words they said.
One dad cried too! They were so appreciative of how far their children had come and the fun they had with Jazzles and they all loved the regular Friday afternoon karoake (JazzleOke Friday) shows.
I’ve been teaching for a while now & I recommend Jazzles to everyone I meet!
Thought you’d like to know.”

Note: Jazzles is great for parent nights! Lots of parents end up in tears!

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Making it all worthwhile!

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Just got in the best news of the day from a great teacher, Judy Toscano, a Headstart PreK teacher at Schulze Elementary School, Texas. 
“Took a look at the new Jazzles ELA interface. It’s great!  Love the menu on the side. I think it will be easy for the children to navigate.  Also like the different levels of the JazzleOke, great for all levels of learners.
As for how my 2011-2012 students are doing, the pre-k 4 teachers and the kindergarten teachers can see a huge difference between my students that have used Jazzles and other students that have not. 
They demonstrate a more advanced vocabulary and have letter names and letter sounds more developed.  My students also show better scores on the assessments we administer then the other pre-3 classes on my campus.” 
While I designed Jazzles for Kindergarten and Grade 1, it’s ongoing success in PreK is amazing. Thanks Judy. Appreciated.

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