Cincinnati, OH, December 06, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Learning® magazine is proud to honor Time Timer PLUS® from Time Timer, LLC, as a winner of the 2014 Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom.
Time Timer PLUS® is a visual timer that helps teachers and students manage classroom time in an easy-to-use, easy-to-see system. Time Timer’s signature red disk and oversized numbers are visible under a clear lens, promoting visual cues for efficient time management while silently counting down. Its durable case includes a handle for classroom portability. The timer also has an optional alert with volume control to suit classroom needs to signal when time is up.
“The team at Time Timer is absolutely thrilled to be the recipient of the Learning magazine Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom for our Time Timer PLUS,” said Dave Rogers, president of Time Timer, LLC. “There is no better endorsement for the effectiveness of the Time Timer PLUS than to be recognized by teachers who use the product in their classrooms.”
“We are pleased to add Time Timer to our list of Teachers’ Choice Award–winning companies,” said Anne Sumpter, publisher of Learning. “Our teacher evaluators enjoyed using Time Timer PLUS®. It’s a practical time management tool that every teacher will find multiple uses for in the classroom.”
Time Timer, LLC, is an award-winning company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Founded over 20 years ago by Jan Rogers, Time Timer manufactures visual timers that are used around the world in schools, homes, offices, as well as in therapeutic and other recreational settings to manage time more effectively. The Time Timer® patented red disk provides a concrete representation of the abstract concept of elapsed time.
Time Timer PLUS is for all ages and grades. For more product and ordering information for Time Timer PLUS and other great Time Timer products, please visit www.timetimer.com. For more information about Time Timer’s Teachers’ Choice Award win, please visit http://www.teacherschoiceawards.com/TimeTimer.
Heather Rogers, Time Timer, LLC
Heather Crews, Learning® Magazine