Welsh publishing household Atebol is a finalist for two prestigious awards which recognise international excellence and innovation in schooling technology thanks to their celebrated bilingual discovering applications.
Atebol, dependent in Aberystwyth, specialises in children’s textbooks and instructional sources, and has been shortlisted in two classes at the Bett United kingdom 2024 Awards.
The awards are aspect of Bett British isles, the world’s greatest EdTech party, which will take spot at London’s ExCeL Centre from 24-26 January 2024.
Atebol has been shortlisted in the groups for Key Free of charge Digital Information App or Open Instructional Resource and Instructional Useful resource for Parents or Home Finding out.
The enterprise has been recognised for its impressive method to bringing stories to daily life via its bilingual methods, produced in equally English and Welsh.
Atebol also delivers on line learning game titles and is the premier developer of Welsh language applications.
Atebol as a business has been nominated in the ‘Primary Free of charge Electronic Information App’ classification, while Ffrindiau Bach (Very little Close friends), an app made to support 3- to 5-calendar year-olds in discovering the Welsh alphabet, has been shortlisted in the classification for Instructional Source for Mother and father or Household Understanding.
Ffrindiau Bach is a exceptional Welsh alphabet discovering application full of colour and pleasurable which is suited for youthful learners aged 3 to 5. It targets letter finding out competencies and the enhancement of visual and auditory memory and vocabulary growth. The app has a few layers together with learning through tale, tracing and enjoying game titles.
Owain Saunders-Jones, Taking care of Director at Atebol, explained: “We are delighted to have been shortlisted in the ‘Primary Cost-free Electronic Information App or Open Instructional Resource’, and ‘Educational Source for Moms and dads or House Learning’ categories at this year’s Bett Awards.
“Being recognised as a finalist in two groups at the Bett Awards, which are a benchmark of excellence in academic know-how, is a testament to the willpower and creativity of our team and highlights our mission to integrate electronic tools in the studying and teaching knowledge.
“It’s also outstanding for us to characterize Wales and the Welsh language in this world wide local community of EdTech leaders who are so deeply dedicated to developing impressive options that make a real variance to the life of educators and learners. I’d like to congratulate all individuals shortlisted, and would like them the very best of luck at this year’s Awards.”
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