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‘Clip Art Station’ Launches With Thousands Of Photographs For K-12 Educators - 04/05/2006 - Sunderland, VT April 5, 2006- Tool Factory, a Vermont publisher and developer of leading-edge educational software, announces the launch of Clip Art Station, available online at http://www.clipartstation.com. The subscription-based library of vibrant, categorized photographs is designed to meet the needs of educators. There are over 2,000 subject-specific images, and the online collection is growing continuously. Clip Art Station covers a wide range of alphabetized topi ...
Tool Factory's New Special Ed Product Finder Makes It A Cinch to Locate Products To Fit Your Needs - 03/30/2006 - Sunderland, VT, March 30, 2006- Imagine no longer needing to read the individual product information of hundreds of products in order to find something that will be perfect for your student or child! With Tool Factory's Special Ed Product Finder parents and teachers alike will be able to find Special Education products to fit the precise needs of each student. At http://www.toolfactory.com/products/sped_search_form you will find a checklist of the most common learning difficulti ...
Tool Factory Keyboarding Launches in Two Versions Tailored for Elementary and Secondary Learners - 03/27/2006 - Sunderland, VT, March 27, 2006- Tool Factory launches 2 new keyboarding programs based on a proven system that has successfully taught 4,000,000 people to type worldwide. Tool Factory Keyboarding Skills intelligently tailors the coursework to the user's demonstrated keyboarding level allowing secondary learners to master the keyboard in the shortest possible time. For elementary learners, Tool Factory Keyboarding Adventure adds a captivating storyline to the proven system. Y ...
Tool Factory and Olympus, In Awe of the Young Talent of Today, Announces Student Photo Contest Winners! - 03/21/2006 - Sunderland, VT. March 21, 2006- Tool Factory, after exhaustive weeks of judging has finally pronounced the winners of the student photo contest. "I just can't believe the creativity and ages represented here - it seems almost unreal!" replied one of the judges. Tool Factory was amazed first at the number of entrants, but also the quality of images! 1350 photos were submitted; it was very difficult to choose just three! The popularity of this contest has defiantly grown, and consequ ...
Tool Factory - Olympus Classroom Grants Awarded, Program Continues -- Winning Applications Show Innovation! - 03/16/2006 - Sunderland, VT, March 16, 2005- Tool Factory announced the winners of the Fall 2005 Tool Factory/Olympus Classroom Grant program. Tool Factory was astonished to find more than 1900 applicants had applied to the grant program, almost twice the number of applicants from the previous spring. The entries were creative and demonstrated an innovative range of ideas of how to bring digital photography technology into the classroom. Both Tool Factory and Olympus see the importance of digi ...
Tool Factory and Olympus Launch Grants for Students and Teachers - 06/29/2005 - East Dorset, VT. June 29, 2005- Tool Factory and Olympus announced the winners today of their Spring 2005 Classroom Grants and Student Photo Contests. The two companies joined forces this spring to provide teachers and students with over $17,000 in state-of-the-art Olympus digital cameras, Tool Factory software, and cash. Tool Factory and Olympus share a common desire to strengthen young minds with educational technology and digital imaging. CLASSROOM GRANTS Ove ...
Tool Factory And Olympus Launch Grants For Students And Teachers - 06/29/2005 - East Dorset, VT. June 29, 2005 - Tool Factory and Olympus announced the winners today of their Spring 2005 Classroom Grants and Student Photo Contests. The two companies joined forces this spring to provide teachers and students with over $17,000 in state-of-the-art Olympus digital cameras, Tool Factory software, and cash. Tool Factory and Olympus share a common desire to strengthen young minds with educational technology and digital imaging. CLASSROOM GRANTS http://www.toolfa ...
Tool Factory Gives Hands-on Seminars at CSUN - New Products Introduced - 03/25/2005 - Tool Factory brought their highly popular seminar series to the CSUN conference this year. Attendees choosing from a wide range of seminars, received literature and software they can use in their classrooms and with their clients. The literature is available for downloading at no charge here http://www.toolfactory.com/manuals/. Presenters included Paul Nuttall, Director of SEMERC (UK), Claire Kane, Special Needs Consultant SEMERC (UK), Sarah Helton, SEN Publisher Sherston (UK) and Heat ...
Tool Factory Inc. Introduces What’s the Time Mr. Wolf? to Teach Students About Clocks, Telling Time, Calendars and Seasons - 12/13/2004 - A kindly Mr. Wolf unlocks his cluttered clock shop and welcomes your students to help him with his chores. He carefully outlines nine activities, such as repairing a talking clock or organizing a book about the seasons, all of which teach and reinforce valuable skills about time, dates, seasons and vocabulary. Each activity can be tailored to the ability level of each child, making What's the Time Mr. Wolf? perfect for inclusion classrooms. What's the Time Mr. Wolf? is of ...
Tool Factory Inc. Introduces Bucket and Spade Software to Teach Students Shapes, Patterns, Positions and Directions - 11/29/2004 - Animated beach toys Bucket and Spade visit the ocean with your students, ages 4 to 7, and provide eight focused activities involving shape identification, patterns, sequencing and following directions. Students first select one of four colorful beach huts that correspond to their age and abilities. In each hut the eight core activities are presented at varying levels. As the levels increase, vocabulary becomes more advanced, patterns are more complex, and the involved shapes include both ...


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