May 11, 2020 - MobyMax, the most widely adopted differentiated learning solution in the U.S., has been awarded the 2020 EdTech Awards for Best Early Learning Solution and Best Skills Solution (a.k.a. 21st-Century Skills Solution).
The EdTech Awards are presented annually to the most exceptional innovators, leaders, and trendsetters in education technology. Award finalists and winners are selected from thousands of entries made by educators who use technology to enhance, improve, and transform their everyday instruction.
Both the Early Learning Solution award and the Best Skills Solution award recognize Moby’s comprehensive and groundbreaking tools, which have been in particularly high demand since Coronavirus forced almost every school in America to transition to online learning almost overnight in mid-March.
As soon as shutdowns began happening, Moby offered its software for free through the remainder of the school year. So far, more than 5,000 schools have enrolled in MobyMax at no cost. The company also began hosting daily live webinars, each attended by over 130 teachers, to ensure that teachers get the support they need so their students can keep learning.
“Our company was founded to help students close learning gaps and learn twice as fast – whether students are in the classroom or on a device remotely,” said MobyMax co-founder Glynn Willett. “What we’re hearing from teachers – and what is reinforced by the recognition of these awards – is that our solution works, especially during this pandemic crisis.”
“What’s more,” added Willett, is that “parents love it, too. Especially for parents not used to homeschooling their kids, MobyMax is so easy for their children to figure out that it provides stressed parents with welcome relief and assurance that their kids will keep learning, whether the parents can help or not.”
In addition to winning the Best Early Learning Solution and Best Skills Solution awards, MobyMax was a finalist in a remarkable 26 total categories, including:
Cool Tool Awards
- Adaptive technology solution
- Curriculum and instruction solution
- Digital courseware solution
- e-learning, blended, or flipped solution
- Emerging technology solution
- Games for learning/simulation solution - MobyMax Fluency Games and Fluency Board Games
- Language arts solution
- Math solution
- New product or service (released in 2018 or later)
- Online courses / MOOCs solution
- Parent/student solution
- Personalized learning solution
- Science solution
- Skills solution (a.k.a. 21st-century skills) solution*
- Social studies solution
- Special needs/assistive technology solution
- STEM (science, tech, engineering, math) solution
- Student study tools solution
- Testing & assessment solution
- Tutoring solution
- Write-in: Best Early Learning Solution*
The EdTech Leadership Awards
- Founder(s) – Wade Willett
- National (U.S.) Leader – Wade Willett
- Visionary – Glynn Willett
The EdTech Trendsetter Awards
- EdTech Company Setting a Trend
- EdTech product or service setting a trend
MobyMax has been the most awarded edtech company since 2018, racking up 154 industry awards in two-and-a-half years, including the prestigious CODiE award for Best Pre-K/Early Childhood Learning Solution, the 2019 EdTech Award for Best Adaptive Technology Solution, and the 2019 Tech Edvocate Award for Best Global EdTech Company. The four solutions included in Moby — Differentiated Learning, Quick Checker, Interactive Class, and Real Rewards —have received over 10,000 rave reviews.
To view the entire list of finalists and winners of the EdTech Digest Awards, visit https://edtechdigest.com/2020-finalists-winners/.
Schools and districts that still wish to take advantage of Moby’s offer to use software for free through the rest of the school year simply need to call 888-793-8331 (Mon-Fri, 7am-6pm EST) or email email@example.com.
MobyMax helps struggling learners quickly catch up to grade level by finding and fixing missing skills. Differentiated Learning, Quick Checker, Interactive Class, and Real Rewards are all award-winning solutions individually, and when combined in MobyMax, they provide everything a teacher needs to effectively close learning gaps. MobyMax is used in more than 82% of all K-8 schools in the United States, with over 28.7 million students and 1.5 million teachers registered.
For more information, visit http://www.mobymax.com.