Florida School Wins Edgenuity Video Contest
Earl Rudder High School in Bryan, TX
has won the fourth annual Edgenuity video contest.
digital educational content provider has for
the past four years offered awards to the schools that submit the best
demonstrating success with online and blended learning.
High teacher Eboni L. Bailey Bonaiti's
class submitted the winning video this year,
describing the way Edgenuity's
blended learning model helped students meet their academic challenges
control of their own learning.
school will receive a $5,000 technology
said of her class, "Students may walk in
discouraged but, with each completion or passing of a test, courage and
confidence grows and students begin to set personal goals, encourage
and realize their potential."
which received Edgenuity software
licenses to extend their online and blended learning capabilities, were
Christa McAuliffe Middle School in Boynton Beach, FL and the San Diego School for Creative and Performing Arts.
video shows how students in a blended
virtual lab became proficient with the support of teachers. In San
students used Edgenuity to get a jump start on their graduation
year's videos are especially compelling and
bring to life the range of ways that Edgenuity is helping to improve
outcomes and making a difference in the lives of teachers and
Edgenuity CEO Sari Factor. "We congratulate the winners and look
forward to their
continued success in implementing technology to personalize learning."
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.