Combine "Big Data" with brain science to improve individual student achievement
Focus On What Matters Most
"Big Data" helps you use limited study time more efficiently
Build a personal profile of how you learn best, based on subject competence and preferred learning style.
Machine-learning algorithms churn through the trail of data you leave behind on our digital platform for clues about strengths and weaknesses in key subject areas; accounting for study time invested with the quality of the resulting work to craft more personalized learning experiences.
It's the same kind of automated reasoning behind popular voice-, text-, and image-recognition apps that learn to approximate, with experience, how we can intuitively recognize patterns in torrents of complex data, where context is important for arriving at the right answer.
Brain Science Boosts Learning
Master essential skills with the latest findings about how our brains work
Craft more nimble learning experiences, with insight from brain science about how we tend to pick-up new information faster and retain it longer.
Pick-up new information faster
Reward first-hand exploration to encourage tinkering with problem solving steps; while also attending to one's mistakes by steering the student along paths to the correct answer rather than penalizing for failed attempts.
Remember important concepts longer
Instead of relatively inefficient memorization techniques that just reinforce existing brain circuitry, use multiple approaches to target and recruit new mental faculties.
Stay focused on key subject areas
Continue to challenge each student by adjusting task difficulty as one's subject proficiency improves, and without making one's progress through subject materials too frustrating.
Adjust teaching methods to overcome difficulty with essential concepts
Fine-tune instruction strategies to drive continuous improvement through trouble spots, and without making one's progress through subject materials too frustrating.
Connect fundamental concepts into bigger ideas
Deconstruct complex ideas into their logical components
Share tips for completing key tasks more efficiently
Encourage tinkering along paths leading to the correct answer
Spot early signs of difficulty with essential concepts
Test new ways to reach and engage with your students, both in and out of the classroom