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Funderstanding Announces Its Expanded Newsletter(March 21, 2013)
Livingston, NJ (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
Funderstanding inspires and connects people who care about learning. The company has a progressive view on education, and works to inspire its readers to adapt more learner-centric views and approaches. The Funderstanding Newsletter was focused on educational technology. With more people subscribing to the newsletter, Funderstanding has decided to broaden the educational scope of its newsletter to target more topics and readers.
Funderstanding has been offering bi-weekly editions of its Funderstanding Newsletter for about a year. From video games used as educational tools to robots circulating books in a library, the Funderstanding Newsletter informs its subscribers on the newest and most engaging education issues.
According to Paul Kondo, Funderstanding Partner, the newsletter is put together from interesting topics from around the web. Important articles were summarized and presented in a reader-friendly format. Mr. Kondo said about the revised newsletter, We feel that we can greatly expand our field of influence beyond technology. While the newsletter has covered low-tech opportunities, this refocus gives it an even bigger scope and opportunity to inspire.
The audience for the newsletter is any parent, teacher or student who is looking for opportunities to better inspire the learners in their lives. According to Eric Cohen, Funderstanding Partner, Parents know education because theyve been through school. But few parents have taken an active role in trying to teach their children better. When they do, not only do their kids learn better but parents and students have fun learning together. The newsletter gives us an opportunity to share interesting ideas on how to do this. Education advice is not just for school teachers!
The revised newsletter will feature great educators, free excerpts from our books, best practices, questions from our readers, etc. Well add video and interactivity later in the year.
The expansion of the Funderstanding Newsletter comes at an exciting time for the company. They are currently in the process of overhauling and redesigning their website, which is set to be complete in two months. With the new look of its website, so too will its newsletter have a different feel to it. The company will provide content from the authors they have partnered with in their epublishing endeavors as well as content from around the world. The new newsletter will present content from some of the worlds leading educators including Bob Sullo, Geoffrey Caine, Renate Caine and Daniel Barth. Funderstanding is actively recruiting new authors who are interested in publishing through them.
Within the constant flow of information throughout the Internet, Funderstanding makes it easier for its followers to stay on top of interesting things relevant to education issues. And soon, the Funderstanding Newsletter will cover even more!
Funderstanding is a resource for teachers, parents, and students to stay up to date on education-related issues. The company focuses on innovative and progressive approaches to inspire learning in classrooms as well as homes. Funderstanding is also an ebook publishing partner company, focused on education-related content, which provides complete epublishing services as well as an expertise in ebook marketing and author branding.
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