Frog, the world’s largest learning platform provider used by over 12 million students, teachers and parents across 14 countries, has won the Use of Education Technology Award at the Education Investor Awards 2013. Now in their fourth year, the Education Investor Awards recognise excellence in innovation in the education sector.
Frog has won the award in recognition of its learning platform, FrogLearn. This software allows teachers to extend their skills and engage with students in a unique way. It brings together all the school’s online systems and educational resources from Frog’s partners, including I Am Learning, Microsoft and Google, so all of these resources are available to both students and teachers in a couple of clicks.
The award recognises the significant developments that have taken place at Frog over the past year as the company has developed whole school education solutions to complement its traditional learning platform offer. Frog’s team of consultants work directly with individual schools to tailor Frog’s technology to each school’s individual needs. This means combining the latest technology with direct consultancy to improve performance and attainment across the whole school.
Frog has recently employed a number of former teachers to bolster its education solutions offer. Frog aims to help schools use the latest technology to support learning and improve pupil wellbeing, bringing together a vast number of learning resources in one easy-to-use place, and working directly with schools to effectively implement this technology.
Gareth Davies, Managing Director of Frog, commented: “We’re delighted to win the Education Investor Award. This has been a big year for us with lots of exciting changes and so it is wonderful to receive recognition for some of the great work the Frog team have been doing.
“With Frog, teachers can easily create lessons and resources without relying on anyone technical. Frog is a one-stop-shop, that’s fun to use. It gives teachers meaningful, sensible information that helps them teach better, learn better and run their school better.”