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Epiphany Learning launches i am ME. Campaign

Epiphany Learning™ is launching the Epiphany Learning i am ME.™ Campaign (#iamME) at the iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium in Orlando, Florida.
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Epiphany Learning™ is launching the Epiphany Learning i am ME.™ Campaign (#iamME) at the iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium in Orlando, Florida. The Epiphany Learning i am ME. Campaign is a story of the current emotional state of education as told through the voice of the student and is intended to ignite conversation and actions to transform education.

The Epiphany Learning i am ME. Campaign (#iamME) features:

• The Epiphany Learning i am ME. video asks viewers to take a deeper look at education today and imagine what is possible when personalized learning is leveraged to motivate and engage students.

The Epiphany Learning i am ME. podcast features interviews with education’s top thought leaders including teachers, administrators, parents and students to inspire and inform those interested in transforming education through personalized learning.

The Epiphany Learning M.E. Metric™ : The Epiphany Learning Personalized Learning Application now includes the Epiphany Learning M.E. Metric to measure, quantify and track student motivation and engagement over time.

To learn more visit epiphanylearning.com.

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