Brainchild Achiever! Selected as a Top Assessment Product for Helping Students Learn Essential Skills

June 02, 2010 10:48 AM Eastern Daylight Time via BusinessWire

DALLAS–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–The Association of Educational Publishers (AEP) selected Achiever! from Brainchild ( as a finalist in the Distinguished Achievement Awards for K-5 assessment and instructional products. Achiever! assesses standards-based performance in school and then delivers targeted learning tutorials that help students improve their performance on state assessments. (Read more)
By |2014-12-18T22:46:48+00:00June 2nd, 2010|assessment, individualized instruction, news release, Press Releases|

News Release – Brainchild Academy Concept Employs Multimodal, Data-driven Instruction for Struggling Students

ORLANDO, Florida — January 13, 2010 — With 24-30 students or more in the typical classroom, it is tough for teachers to give students individual attention, especially struggling students. Brainchild (—an educational publisher of assessment and intervention programs— today launched the Brainchild Academy Concept, which combines its technology resources with direct teacher observation into a three-station instructional plan.

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See Brainchild in booth 323 at the Florida Educational Technology Conference this week.


By |2017-09-29T20:57:44+00:00January 13th, 2010|assessment, case study, individualized instruction, Press Releases, standards|

News Release – Brainchild Achiever! Habla Espanol

ORLANDO, Florida — January 12, 2010 — Brainchild ( announced today that Achiever! —an online assessment and instruction program used to evaluate student performance on state standards—now offers test questions and tutorials in Spanish or English. Students may change the text on their screen or select audio narrations in either Spanish or English and then may toggle between to the two as needed.

“If we hand a teacher a report that tells what each student needs to work on, she might be able to differentiate instruction for one or two students but an RTI program is about doing this for every student. It is only possible to do this with a total package like Achiever! where the assessment automatically jumps the student into the activities they need.” Dr. Geeta McMillan, Cassville Elementary School, TN

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See Brainchild in booth 323 at the Florida Educational Technology Conference this week in Orlando.


By |2017-09-29T20:57:44+00:00January 12th, 2010|assessment, individualized instruction, Press Releases, standards|