Nashville, TN (December 21, 2020) The EdTech event landscape has been transformed this past year due to the ongoing pandemic, with traditional on-site conferences being replaced with a variety of virtual experiences for attendees. As a dedicated member of the education community, CatchOn has attended and/or presented in over 100 of these conferences this year and has been continually impressed by the perseverance, innovation, and dedication displayed by both event organizers and participants.
This commitment to pursuing excellence in the face of significant adversity is why CatchOn is very honored to receive Tech & Learning’s Best of Show Award at ISTE’s 2020 virtual conference.
CatchOn empowers district leaders and educators by providing them with real-time digital engagement analysis at the student level that they can use to improve instruction, assess training needs, save money, and help safeguard student data privacy. CatchOn eliminates the guesswork and quickly equips school districts with the quantitative data they need to answer many of the tough questions intrinsically intertwined with their virtual learning efforts and student engagement.
As districts rapidly transitioned to remote learning in March, CatchOn fast-tracked the development of its student-level data module to give educational leaders the visibility they required into how and when each student was using their school-owned device outside the building.
“CatchOn is delighted to have won Tech & Learning’s Best of Show award for our unique solution’s power to promote student learning,” said Lillian Kellogg, Senior Vice President at CatchOn and ENA. “CatchOn was born out of the desire to provide school districts with insight into their students’ digital engagement patterns. At a time when education is undergoing enormous transformation, we are inspired to see school leaders and educators leveraging our actionable data to truly make a positive impact in their students’ lives.”
“CatchOn is delighted to have won Tech & Learning’s Best of Show award for our unique solution’s power to promote student learning,”
Senior Vice President at CatchOn and ENA