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Association of American Publishers Honors Winners of the 2017 REVERE Awards

Association of American Publishers Honors More Than 50 High Quality Educational Resources for the PreK-12 Market;

WASHINGTON--(via BUSINESS WIRE)--For more than 50 years, the REVERE Awards (Recognizing Valuable Educational Resources) have identified the best content for educating learners on any platform – print, digital, or blended. This year’s award-winners, extensively vetted by educators and learning resource industry professionals, are exciting and engaging products that include classroom resources, whole curriculum, magazines, and integrated marketing campaigns. [See list below]

“I was thrilled by the innovation and rich content in varied products for learners, educators, and administrators in all educational settings. The lineup of REVERE Awards content is exceptional and exhibits the strength and integrity of the educational resources market,” said Jay Diskey, Executive Director, PreK-12 Learning Group, Association of American Publishers.

The best of the REVERE Award winners, The Golden Lamp winners, will be announced on May 25 at AAP Celebrates the Golden Lamp Awards and the Lamplighter Honors held at the annual Content in Context (CIC) conference in Philadelphia. CIC provides practical, actionable insights on content, marketing, and business strategy for learning companies.

Find out more about the REVERE Awards on Twitter using @REVEREAwards and #REVEREAwards. The 2017 REVERE Awards finalists and winners are below and online here.

Classroom

Professional Resources Winners

INNOVATION
Nutrition
National Science Teachers Association

INSTRUCTION AND CLASSROOM PRACTICE
Analyzing and Writing with Primary Sources
Shell Education

LEADERSHIP
Inspiring Early Childhood Leadership: Eight Strategies to Ignite Passion and Transform Program Quality
Gryphon House, Inc.

SCHOOL CLIMATE
Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom
ASCD

SPECIFIC LEARNING POPULATIONS
Science Learning in the Early Years: Activities for PreK-2
National Science Teachers Association

SUBJECT AREAS
Number Talks: Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages
Math Solutions


Supplemental Resources Winners

ARTS
Scholastic Art
Scholastic Inc.

DIGITAL AND MEDIA LITERACIES
myON
myON

INNOVATION
Twinkl
Twinkl Educational Publishing

INTERDISCIPLINARY RESOURCES
Inquiring Scientists, Inquiring Readers in Middle School: Using Nonfiction to Promote Science Literacy, Grades 6-8
National Science Teachers Association

MATH
Number Talks: Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages
Math Solutions

NEWS AND CURRENT ISSUES
Listenwise
Listenwise

READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS
Lift Off to Literacy: Using a Shared Reading Approach
Okapi Educational Publishing

RESEARCH AND RESOURCES
NextLesson
NextLesson

RESOURCES FOR ELLs
English 3D
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

SCIENCE, HEALTH, AND THE ENVIRONMENT
ExploreLearning Gizmos
ExploreLearning

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY
Lesson Series on Immigrants
Southern Poverty Law Center

SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL AND CHARACTER LEARNING
Nepris
Nepris

WORLD LANGUAGES
Voces Digital - French 1
Voces Digital


Whole Curriculum Winners

INNOVATION
Shmoop Online Courses
Shmoop

MATH
SpringBoard
CollegeBoard

READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS
TIME® Nonfiction Readers: Grade 6
Teacher Created Materials

SCIENCE, HEALTH, AND THE ENVIRONMENT
STEMscopes PreK-12
Accelerate Learning, Inc.

SOCIAL SCIENCES
McGraw-Hill networks
McGraw-Hill Education


Magazines: Design

ARTICLE DESIGN

Grades PreK-6
“Meet the Beetles”
Ranger Rick Magazine
National Wildlife Federation

Grades 7-12
“Save the Bees!”
Scholastic Science world
Scholastic Inc.

Professional
“125 Years of Teaching Advice”
Scholastic Teacher Magazine
Scholastic Inc.

BEST OVERALL WINNER
“Clean, with Lots of Takeaway”
Scholastic Teacher Magazine
Scholastic Inc.

COVER
Grades PreK-6
December 2016 - January 2017 Ranger Rick Magazine
National Wildlife Federation

Grades 7-12
“Animals with Asthma”
Science World
Scholastic, Inc.

ILLUSTRATIONS, GRAPHICS, AND PHOTOGRAPHY
Grades 7 and up
“The Social Media Election”
Junior Scholastic
Scholastic Inc.

Professional
“Reel Life”
Teaching Tolerance Issue 53
Teaching Tolerance

SINGLE ISSUE DESIGN
Special Education Theme Issue
The Journal of Adventist Education


Editorial

BEST OVERALL
Grades PreK-6
Ranger Rick Magazine
National Wildlife Federation

Grades 7-12
Scholastic Art
Scholastic Inc.

Professional
Teaching Tolerance Magazine
Southern Poverty Law Center

Educational Leadership
ASCD

DEPARTMENTS AND SECTIONS
Grades 7 and up
“Action’s in the News”
Action
Scholastic Inc.

Professional
“Focus on Physics”
Science Teacher
National Science Teachers Association

FEATURES
Grades PreK-6
“Black Sunday”
Storyworks
Scholastic Inc.

Grades 7-12
“Helping Hands”
Science World
Scholastic Inc.

Professional
“Anatomy of an Ally”
Teaching Tolerance
Southern Poverty Law Center

NEWS AND REPORTING

Professional
“For Sale: Your Lesson Plans”
Educational Leadership
ASCD

SINGLE ISSUE EDITORIAL
Grades PreK-6
October 2016 issue of Ranger Rick
National Wildlife Federation

Grades 7-12
Scholastic Art May/June 2016
Scholastic Inc.

Professional
“Teaching Tolerance Issue 54”
Teaching Tolerance Magazine
Teaching Tolerance

BEST OVERALL PUBLICATION
Grades PreK-2
Ranger Rick Jr.
National Wildlife Federation

Grades 3-6
Storyworks, Jr.
Scholastic Inc.

Grades 7 and up
Choices
Scholastic Inc.

Professional
Teaching Tolerance Magazine
Southern Poverty Law Center


Beyond the Classroom
LEARN
OLOGY
National Center for Science, Literacy, Education, and Technology (American Museum of Natural History)

PLAY
Curious World
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

RELATE
Real As Me: A Curriculum Guide for Empowering Young Women
Youth Communication

Integrated Marketing

CAMPAIGN BUDGET BETWEEN $30K - $75K
Letters to the Next President 2.0
The Winter Group

UNDER $30K CAMPAIGN BUDGET
Success for Every Learner: From At-Risk to Successful” Webinar Series
PresenceLearning

About the Association of American Publishers
The Association of American Publishers (AAP) represents nearly four hundred member organizations including major commercial, digital learning, education and professional publishers alongside independents, non-profits, university presses and scholarly societies. We represent the publishing industry’s priorities including copyright and related intellectual property rights, piracy and enforcement strategies, digital growth and related business models, funding for education and libraries, fair tax and trade policies, and freedom of expression and literacy debates.

Contact: Association of American Publishers, Allyson Garner, agarner@publishers.org, {202} 220-4540