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SecretBuilders Attends International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Annual Conference

SecretBuilders receives great response from teachers that stopped by our booth at the ISTE Conference in Denver.

San Mateo, CA, July 2010 – SecretBuilders, an educational game with an emphasis on creativity and historical adventure for children 6 to 14 years old, attended the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2010 Conference in Denver. SecretBuilders had a great time networking with the attendees that stopped by our booth and was very encouraged by the overwhelmingly positive response of teachers to our educational resources and Virtual Rewards program.

"Schools throughout the country have implemented SecretBuilders in their classrooms and computer labs as an interactive educational resource," said Mariya Ivanova, SecretBuilders' Educational Resources Director. "SecretBuilders provides schools with math, reading, writing, logic, creativity and adventure activities, as well as our Teacher Console to reward their students."

"The Virtual Rewards program allows teachers to incentivize their students for good performance," said Umair Khan, CEO of SecretBuilders. "Instead of traditional stickers and stars, teachers can give much sought after virtual pets or cool virtual furniture. It costs teachers and schools nothing, and yet is more motivating for students."

By signing up for a Teacher Console account with SecretBuilders, teachers will have access to their account, allowing them to enroll their students, set up a rewards system and monitor student progress. To learn more about the various ways teachers can use SecretBuilders in their classroom, visit the Teacher Section website.

About SecretBuilders:

SecretBuilders is an educational game with an emphasis on creativity and historical adventure for children 6 to 14 years old. Children live and play among fictional and historical characters such as Shakespeare, Galileo, Mozart, Oliver Twist, Plato, Van Gogh and Amelia Earhart, learn concepts from the arts and humanities. They take quests, publish artwork and writings, play scores of educational games, enter contests and participate in an extensive virtual economy and social life. SecretBuilders also provides web communities with their own mini virtual worlds helping them turn visitors into community members and monetize their traffic. SecretBuilders is funded by The Entrepreneurs Fund III, Launch Capital, and prominent angel investors from Silicon Valley and the East Coast. The company is headquartered in San Mateo, CA. For more information, visit

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