Welcome to TUNE IN, a company dedicated to helping teachers and parents help students learn. We're always looking for new ways to save teachers time and money, with educational products that make the learning process an enjoyable experience for teachers and students. TUNE IN offers instructional and practice materials in audio, video and print media for Art; Language Arts (creative writing, dictionary skills, listening, oral communication, spelling and storytelling); Maps, Graphs & Charts; and Math. Many of our products have been designed specifically to help students prepare for (Texas) University Interscholastic League (UIL) academic contests. All of them complement and enhance regular K-12 classroom curriculum activities.
To provide convenient, high-quality, educational materials at prices teachers and parents can afford. All TUNE IN products are guaranteed. If you're not satisfied for any reason, just return the product, and we'll promptly cancel your invoice or refund your money. Your total satisfaction is our goal.
TUNE IN was started by a classroom teacher who wanted to help her students learn to listen more effectively, and we continue to rely on classroom teachers as partners in our product development and review. Teachers in Texas classrooms have been using TUNE IN products since 1986 to improve students' listening skills. While listening remains an important part of our educational mission, we have expanded our product line significantly, taking a concept that works well for listening instruction and applying it with equal success to other areas of the K-12 curriculum.
Our commitment is to classroom teachers, both in the classroom itself and in their roles as UIL sponsors and coaches. We use your questions and comments to make sure our products are relevant to your needs, and we work hard to keep our prices within a range that fits your budgets.
TUNE IN staff have been involved in UIL academic contests since we were childhood competitors ourselves. We believe strongly that participation in UIL contests creates a win-win situation for all. Contests should enhance rather than compete with regular classroom curriculum activities and standardized testing preparations. And they should provide your students opportunities for new, interesting and fun educational experiences that become a part of who they are and who they will become.