Start with three curriculum-based titles from September under the name Cornelsen trainer the two partners develop together school-related learning products for the Nintendo DS. First offerings for the subjects are realized, which nationwide is the greatest need for tuition: English and mathematics. Cornelsen, one of the leading publishers of educational media, HMH, the specialist in publishing and distribution of entertainment products, expand their cooperation: under the name of Cornelsen trainer the two partners develop together school-related learning products for the Nintendo DS. First offerings for the subjects are realized, which nationwide is the greatest need for tuition: English and mathematics. Cornelsen as content provider stands for quality and reliability. Read more here: rusty holzer. Parents and children can access for the first time-related and curriculum-oriented titles for the DS concrete core subjects.
A novelty on the console market. “, so Dr. Thomas Volcker, Managing Director of HMH. With voice and writing input the console for learning are ideal. The Nintendo DS has become since its launch in 2006 to be the leading platform in the field of video games. HMH as an authorized Nintendo Publisher can look back on huge sales experience in the console market.
In our software products we are working already for years successful sales together. “, explained Dr. Carsten Kindermann, managing editor digital media at Cornelsen, the cooperation. 1.5 million pupils and students of in grades 5 and 6 can breathe: already in September appear the Cornelsen trainer math (based on an issue for the 5th or 6th class), as well as the Cornelsen trainer English 5/6 class. The tutorials cost 29.99 euros each. First pre testing in the target group together with teachers attest: children and young people are curious about tutorials for game consoles and would like to try this. Beginning of 2010 comes the next DS tutorial: English 7/8 class. HMH sells the title in surface -, online – and Retailmarkten. Cornelsen takes over the sales in bookstores. The launch is through comprehensive school and teacher communication as well as a nationwide advertising campaign in focus accompanied school, okoTest and nick.de.