Maureen Taylor is Sprig’s Strategic Advisor of Learning and Governance. After earning a B.Ed and M.Ed from the University of Saskatchewan, Maureen has spent 30 years in early years education working as an educator, administrator, superintendent, and consultant. ...
Sprig Learning, a leader in holistic early years programming, is excited to launch our new innovative platform Sprig 2.0 for the 2019-20 school year. With improved data visualization for educators, iOS assessment application features and learning resources for parents, Sprig 2.0 builds off our core mandate to provide EdTech tools that are used everyday by teachers and parents to support student learning and improve literacy and numeracy outcomes in the early years.
The release of Sprig 2.0 includes an expansion of our Oral Language Learning Program, Sprig Language, to more than 100 classrooms and 1,500 homes across Canada. Sprig Learning first launched its Sprig Language Program back in 2015; changing the way principals, teachers and parents are able to support early learning. Sprig uses universal language learning principles and sound pedagogical research to personalize the early learning pathway for every student.
“Sprig 2.0 introduces brand new mobile assessment tools and data visualization methods for all of our early years programs, allowing everyone to focus on what matters most,” said Jarrett Laughlin, CEO and Founder of Sprig Learning. “Our EdTech is designed to give t eachers, parents, caregivers and the community the support they need to give children truly meaningful and personal learning experiences. We aim to provide everyone with the specific tools they need, when they need them.”
The Sprig 2.0 release includes the following updates:
- New iOS assessment tools for all early years programs;
- New data visualization methods for education administrators, teachers and parents;
- New learning activities and resources for parents and teachers now aligned to curriculum in five Canadian provinces;
- Classroom resources in 11 languages, including Indigenous languages such as Mi’kmaw, Cree, Dene, Ojibway and Tsuut’ina.
MORE EXCITING NEWS: For the first time, Sprig now offers parent memberships to those who wish to access our oral language learning programs and innovative EdTech tools—even though it’s not provided by their school. The membership provides parents with access to Sprig’s personalized oral language learning activities and resources that can be used at home to improve early literacy outcomes—when it matters most! Learn more about our membership packages and pricing:
Early Years Math Program Pilot Launches – Coming to Select Schools in 2019!
The Sprig team has been working in partnership with some amazing elementary math teachers and experts to develop a new, holistic math learning and assessment program that is launching this fall. Sprig Math will pilot in seven schools across Nova Scotia to build a deeper understanding of early math skills for teachers, parents and students.
Pilot schools will also be receiving newly developed sets of classroom materials that support math learning and work in tandem with the new edtech program. Math is a critical learning milestone in the early years and this program aims to make math learning more accessible for all learners.
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About Sprig Learning
Sprig Learning is an award-winning personalized learning platform built with holistic education in mind (named Tech Edvocate’s Best Language Learning App of 2018). Sprig’s mission is to provide every student, educator, and parent with access to the tools they need to build a foundation for lifelong learning.To learn more, visit www.spriglearning.com.
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