Three teachers in Maricopa County have been honored for demonstrating the highest commitment to helping her students learn over the past year.
The teachers were Claudia Henze of Bridges Elementary School in Gilbert, Ruthie Bantel of North Canyon High School in Phoenix and Xavier Bedolla of Morristown Elementary School in the northwest Valley.
The teachers were named to IXL Learning’s Elite 100 list. The company markets personalized learning technology to help K-12 students and succeed.
Each educator was recognized as an Elite 100 teacher following their efforts to help students succeed academically despite recent disruptions to learning and using IXL to engage learners on a deeper level with day-to-day instruction.
This year’s Elite 100 reside in 30 U.S. states, Canada and China, and 71 educators are first-time Elite 100 honorees.
IXL’s teaching and learning platform comprises a comprehensive PK-12 curriculum and personalized guidance, instructional resources and classroom engagement tools, an assessment suite and actionable analytics for districts, schools, classrooms and individual learners.