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CREC Releases PBandMath
CREC’s Studio 111 has released its first product, an online application called PBandMath.
Studio 111 (www.crec.org/dart/studio111), CREC’s application development wing, has released its first product, a web-based app called PBandMath that generates Common Core-aligned math problems for elementary school teachers. This really cool app will help reduce the amount of time teachers in grades 1 through 5 spend writing practice problems for their students. Using PBandMath, teachers can build a bank of math word problems in minutes and print them out or display them using an interactive white board projector. Studio 111 was established within CREC's Data Analysis, Research & Technology (DART) division to create innovative solutions for educational problems using technology and software. The studio develops compelling, educational applications and aims to establish a software innovation pipeline within CREC to help cultivate internal ideas into original, extraordinary products.
“Working with our own CREC teachers, we were able to make a product that not only saves teachers time, but is also fun and engaging to use in the classroom,” said Rob Steller, product manager.
External organizations and entities may also contract with Studio 111 for application development of their own design. Teachers can access many features of PBandMath for free. For more information checkout their website: pbandmath.com