Creaza - Best International Digital Educational Resource 2018
What a night, what a way to end it!
Yesterday (26th) we woke up proud only to be one of seven companies to be nominated to maybe the most prestigious price an educational tool and resource can win. Not even in our wildest fantasy could we imagine Creaza to, just a couple of hours later, be announced the winner where we competed against companies like BBC, Discovery and Seppo.
2018, The Bett Awards had more enties than ever before and they mentioned that it was difficult just to choose the seven finalist in the category with companies all over the world.
“To be shortlisted is a great achievement in itself, but to be crowned a Bett Awards winner at such a time of global EdTech innovation is something to truly celebrate. On behalf of all judges, I would like to congratulate Creaza - their teams should be extremely proud of receiving an accolade that is recognised by schools across the world”. - Simon Presswell
We have worked extremely hard the last year to create a tool with functionality and content that aligns with curriculums and how teachers actually work, and this is a fantastic recognition that we are on the right track. We are grateful for all of our customers who bring feedback and ideas about development, because after all you are the experts and on of our greatest asset!
The Bett Awards:
“This is an innovative product that allows for great creativity and flexibility on the part of both teachers and students. It strikes a good balance between user-generated and pre-provided content. It would provide students and teachers in a wide range of subjects, with an accessible and engaging personalised learning experience”. - Patrick Hayes (Bett Awards chairman).
We are very excited about 2018 and everything it will bring. As you probably know, we have some fantastic improvements in both content and functionality that will released during the semester and this award give us energy to continue our journey to help supply creativity, engagement, playfulness and knowledge in schools all over the world.