Manchester Center, VT- April 1st, 2011- Digital Wish is livening up every elementary classroom in America with a shot of Espresso...Espresso Elementary, that is. For the month of April, every elementary school teacher who signs up on Digital Wish will receive a free subscription to Espresso Elementary through June 30th. Teachers who are already registered can also take advantage of this special grant opportunity.
Espresso Education has been the leading digital curriculum service in the UK for years and is now expanding its high quality educational program to America. Appropriate for the PreK-5 classroom, Espresso is a vast library of video clips integrated with interactive activities, games, quizzes, and a weekly news service, News Roundup. Its cross-curricular learning modules help elementary school teachers deliver memorable lessons, engaging students in the learning process.
Educators need to act fast to take advantage of this special grant opportunity, as it is only available to those who register with Digital Wish in the month of April, or who have already registered. After this grant period passes, teachers will still be able to purchase or have Espresso Elementary subscriptions donated to them through Digital Wish for the full cost of the subscription service, valued at $1595.00 annually.
"We are excited to introduce Espresso Education's high quality program to America's teachers," said Heather Chirtea, founder and executive director of Digital Wish, "but we are even more excited to bring this huge grant opportunity from Espresso Education to potentially every elementary teacher in the country."
Lewis Bronze, Espresso CEO commented, "We think Digital Wish is a fantastic organization and a real service to teachers who need extra support to bring technology into their classroom. We are proud to have been selected as a 'wish list' product. Espresso's mission is to inspire children of all abilities to learn and to support teachers in delivering memorable, interactive lessons. We hope that Digital Wish teachers who try Espresso will agree and we look forward to the feedback!"
After they are registered with Digital Wish, teachers will be provided with a code to start using the service, free of charge. The subscription will run until June 30th, 2011
About Digital Wish
Digital Wish is a non-profit on a mission to solve technology shortfalls in K-12 classrooms. The www.digitalwish.org website is designed to help teachers locate much-needed funding for classroom technology. Teachers make technology wish lists, and supporters make those wishes come true. Over 23,000 technology wishes have been granted. Digital Wish provides a host of fundraising ideas and allows teachers to e-mail and print their technology wish lists so that parents and community members can contribute.
About Espresso Elementary
Espresso Elementary for Pre-K to 5 is a cross-curricular, multimedia learning site with a wide range of interactive, video-rich classroom resources that inspire children to learn. The award- winning resources on Espresso Elementary have been built up since 1997, and have proven to engage students while helping them to achieve educational outcomes. Each week, fresh curriculum material and News Roundup new stories are added, with links to learning outcomes, alignments to common core and state standards, and links across other relevant subject areas.
Espresso Elementary is a product of Espresso Education, the U.K. market leader in the provision of video-based digital curriculum services to primary and secondary schools. In April 2010, the company launched and announced an agreement with Defined Learning, Inc. to adapt, market and sell Espresso in the United States.
Espresso Elementary Contact: Hazel Carter, Marketing Manager, 847-850-0188 x218, email@example.com