The Frog family is getting bigger by the day…

Everyone is getting very excited at Frog Towers, not only because we’re getting closer to the launch of our new technology at the Bett Show, but also because we can now officially welcome I am Learning to the Frog family. The deal, which was finalised on Friday 26 October, means that Frog now has a 51% share in I am Learning.

With I am Learning’s expertise in game based learning and revision we can really start to push assessment within Frog to the next level.

Over the coming months we’re going to be giving you the kind of valuable insight that helps you understand exactly what make students tick. You’ll easily be able to spot areas that need improvement, track students progress and achieve what every school is striving for – a personalised learning experience for every child.

To kicks things off, features of the I am Learning software are going to be made available to all of Maylasia’s 10,000 schools, and we’ve got an early Christmas present for all our customers coming very soon.

Michael Wilkinson, Director of i-education, said: “The deal is great news for both companies and its customers. I am Learning will benefit from a wealth of new experience to help ensure the product and service remains ‘world class’ as we grow our school numbers.”

“We are really excited about becoming part of the Frog family and look forward to working closer with everyone on the team to help students and teachers achieve the best results they can.”

For more information about I Am Learning please visit their website.

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One Response to The Frog family is getting bigger by the day…

  1. R Blaize says:

    We’ve just recently bought into I Am Learning and in just a fortnight our Year 11s had clocked up over 100 hours of revision, can’t wait to see how it will develop further.

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