The GAMES Method creates educational hardware and software systems that use performing arts and abstract thought to aide teachers
TULSA, Okla., May 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The GAMES Method (http://thegamesmethod.com/) is the winner of Bank of Texas' Small Business Week $5,000 giveaway. The GAMES Method creates educational hardware and software that teachers can use in the classroom. Their portals give educators a technological tool to utilize shape, sound, light and motion as a way to help students understand creative applications towards what they are learning in the classroom.
The GAMES Method highlights:
- Provides training videos, curriculum, and songs for area schools
- Won a national award for most innovative teaching tool for elementary schools
- Their Rhythm Clock tool is used at Texas Christian University'sStarpoint School
- Serves more than 20 North Texas school campuses weekly
"With our prize winnings, we can now plan on new production and songs for next year's school programs for The Artist Outreach," said Joseph Vincelli, creative director, The GAMES Method.
"We are thrilled with the participation of our first ever Small Business Week Contest and the exciting opportunity we were able to offer one lucky business. We know that $5,000 can be a transformative amount to a small business and we are excited to see how it will help grow The GAMES Method," said TC Alexander, senior vice president, branch business banking sales manager, Bank of Texas.
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