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Web-based learning library expands

BookheadEd Learning, LLC, today announced that StudySync™  has expanded into the middle school market, augmenting its supplementary curriculum for high school students.
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BookheadEd Learning, LLC, today announced that StudySync™ (www.studysync.com) has expanded into the middle school market, augmenting its supplementary curriculum for high school students. At the same time, the company released additions to its StudySync library of modern and classic texts and new Sync-TV videos.

StudySync is a dynamic web-based learning tool connecting middle and high school students to the great ideas of mankind through a rich media library of classic and modern texts combined with digital media, video lessons and online writing and peer review. Designed to complement classroom curriculum, StudySync is aligned with Common Core Standards and blends traditional teaching with fresh ways of engaging students to improve reading, writing and critical thinking skills.

New titles include Anne Frank, Diary of a Young Girl, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Nothing But the Truth: a Documentary Novel, Alice in Wonderland, Little Women, Paul Revere's Ride and Jabberwocky.

Pricing for StudySync starts at $175 per teacher (up to three classrooms) per year. Building and district pricing schedules are available, as are free trials.

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STUDYSYNC INCREASES ITS SYNCTV LIBRARY TO MORE THAN 100 VIDEO LESSONS

Award-winning Platform’s Multimedia Lessons Now Model Study Group Interactions for Elementary Students as well as the Middle and High School Levels   SONOMA, Calif.  (Sept. 30, 2013) – In classrooms across the country, educators are striving to address a critical tenet of the new Common Core standards: the acquisition of high-level reading and writing skills. Adding to the challenge is the Common Core’s inclusion of listening and speaking skills as English language arts standards. StudySync (www.studysync.com), the leading-edge Common Core literacy curriculum from BookheadEd Learning, is helping students acquire all four skills by expanding its award-winning library of SyncTV episodes, which model study group interactions and analyses of a wide selection of fiction and nonfiction works. Users can now access more than 100 of the short, scripted video lessons.