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About eDynamic Learning

eDynamic Learning provides online career and elective courses serving the virtual, blended, and brick and mortar U.S. middle and high school market. The company offers over 70 courses segmented within 16 career clusters ranging from forensic science to gothic literature.

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101-1865 Dilworth Drive Suite #510

Kelowna, British Columbia, V1Y 9T1,



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06:35 EDT Finalists Announced in eDynamic Learning's 2022 Teacher Awards

May 2, 2022

News provided by Share this article Share this article SOUTHLAKE, Texas, May 2, 2022  /PRNewswire/ -- In honor of Teacher Appreciation Month, 25 inspirational educators from across the country have been named finalists in eDynamic Learning's annual  Career Compass Teacher Awards . eDynamic Learning is the largest provider of Career Technical Education (CTE) and elective digital curriculum in North America for grades 6-12. The awards were open to any United States certified teacher currently teaching eDynamic Learning courses or using Knowledge Matters simulations in their public, private, virtual, or charter school program. Among the many prizes, teachers have the opportunity to earn a curriculum grant, complimentary professional development, and much more. The finalists span the nation from Florida to Alaska, and will be recognized live at a virtual ceremony on Saturday, May 21st, 2022. In honor of Teacher Appreciation Month, eDynamic Learning is honoring 25 inspirational educators from across the country who have been named finalists in eDynamic Learning’s annual Career Compass Teacher Awards. The awards were open to any United States certified teacher currently teaching eDynamic Learning courses or using Knowledge Matters simulations in their public, private, virtual, or charter school program. A no-cost professional development event for teachers  will take place before and after the ceremony. All districts are welcome to attend to learn more about eDynamic Learning  and Knowledge Matters curriculum  for in-class instruction, blended learning, online learning, or best practices for utilizing digital curriculum and resources. With many schools having little time for professional development this year, the May 21st Streamline Instruction Professional Development event will provide an opportunity for teachers to learn best practices to save time, streamline their instruction, and meet the needs of all learners. Kicking off the event is keynote speaker, Miquel Lopez, a former high school student and now a business and marketing executive, who will share the impact his teacher and CTE had on his life and career. Miquel began his career at Wieden+Kennedy, where he touched various brands, including TurboTax, Old Spice, Secret, Chiquita, Visa, and many others. "Our mission is to help teachers guide their students in career discovery through our digital curriculum to match their skills and interests to a rewarding and successful career. We know that a teacher's ability to impact the world is profound and we are excited to honor and recognize their hard work and dedication at our professional development event this year!" said Tyler Wood, Vice President of Marketing & Professional Development for eDynamic Learning. Finalists using eDynamic Learning digital curriculum include: Susannah Azzaro, Pennsylvania Distance Learning Charter School, Pennsylvania  Jennifer Badeaux, Orange County Virtual School, Florida Summer Highfill, Oregon Charter Academy, Oregon   Terry Kass, Lake County High Schools Tech Campus, Illinois  Rebekah Kitchin, Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District, Alaska Jennifer Lewis, DeSales High School, Kentucky Paula Life, Proximity Learning, Texas  David Marks, Lake County High Schools Tech Campus, Illinois  Nancy Ortner, Visions in Education, California Natalie O'Meara, Orange County Virtual School, Florida Sheryl Prather, Azle High School, Texas Glenna Rutan, Orange County Virtual School, Florida Kimberly Schor, Branson School Online, Colorado Carrie Woods, Orange County Virtual School, Florida Finalists using Knowledge Matters simulations from eDynamic Learning include: Bryan Bernacki, Portage High School, Indiana Yoelin Cabrera-Fernandez, Southwest Miami High School, Florida Lou DiCesare, West Irondequoit Central School District, New York  Ryan Dockter, Griggs County Central School District, North Dakota Wendy Grote, Divide County High School, North Dakota Noureddine Lalami, Freedom High School, California Michelle Le, Panther Creek High School, North Carolina Leslie McBride, Colonial Heights High School, Virginia  Halee Porter, Northside High School, Texas Renee Rouleau White, Washington High School, Washington Amy Sullivan, Cedar Crest High School, Pennsylvania  About eDynamic Learning With offices in Southlake, Texas and Kelowna, BC, Canada, eDynamic Learning  is a teacher-founded company with a mission of helping students find their passion through CTE and career-focused elective curriculum. Offering nearly 250 digital courses for grades 6-12, eDynamic Learning courseware is comprehensive and includes lessons, discussions, assessments and activities, and is often used as a textbook replacement. Courses work continuously in any instructional model, run on all devices, and are compatible with nearly all Learning Management Systems. Courses also meet WCAG 2.0AA guidelines and offer translations and literacy support tools. About Knowledge Matters, an eDynamic Learning Company Knowledge Matters  is the leading provider of simulation-based educational content with over one-third of all U.S. high schools using the Virtual Business line of simulations. Popular with Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs), Knowledge Matters' simulations are used in business, marketing, personal finance, fashion, and hospitality classes. The simulations put students in charge of businesses - learning valuable concepts and applying their problem solving and decision making skills in an interactive, risk-free environment that allows them to see the impact of their choices immediately. To develop the simulations, Knowledge Matters partnered with leading organizations such as the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation and the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. SOURCE eDynamic Learning

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