By launching a national campaign, KnowRe an online adaptive math learning program is searching for schools and programs to pilot the Pre-Algebra and Algebra I program this fall. Once schools are selected they will receive free access to the blended program for the entire school year.
“We’ve designed KnowRe to be the best digital teacher’s aide available and we’re thrilled to work more closely with partner schools through our pilot program. KnowRe was designed to identify gaps in student learning and our goal is to provide teachers with the best tool to help them do so,” said KnowRe Co-CEO, David Joo.
According to KnowRe their goal to help students succeed in math by;
- Assessing a student’s individual strengths and weaknesses,
- Personalizing a curriculum for each student’s focus areas, and
- Engaging students with game-like features, attractive graphics and social learning.
Schools, tutoring services, summer programs and/or non-profit organizations have until June 30th, 2013 to apply for the pilot program at: www.knowre.com/pilot-knowre.
KnowRe has seen recent acclaim winning the grand prize at Google’s Global K-Startup competition.
To learn more view the KnowRe release below.
KNOWRE OFFERS FREE ONE-YEAR ACCESS TO PILOT SCHOOLS
New York, NY (May 8, 2013)—KnowRe (www.KnowRe.com) is announcing the launch of a nationwide campaign in search of schools to pilot its online adaptive math program for Pre-Algebra and Algebra I this fall. Selected schools will receive free access to KnowRe for one year.
The pilot program offers schools exclusive features such as the Teacher Dashboard in addition to KnowRe’s state of the art assessment technology and adaptive curriculum. The Dashboard allows teachers to monitor student progress, assign personalized homework and see real-time data in the classroom. Furthermore, participant schools will receive a dedicated resource from the KnowRe team for troubleshooting and technical support as well as the opportunity to directly impact the future development of the product.
KnowRe’s curriculum is tailored to each student, allowing the individual to progress at his or her own pace. This program is focused on identifying singular gaps in each student’s learning, a critical element for long-term student achievement. KnowRe’s game-like features, such as the interactive math map and its quest-themed interface, engage students and help them to enjoy learning.
To be considered for the pilot program, school administrators and/or teachers should go to http://www.knowre.com/pilot-knowre and submit an application. KnowRe is accepting applications until June 30th.
KnowRe is an online adaptive program for mathematics. KnowRe’s patented technology provides real-time assessments of students’ strengths and weaknesses and creates a personalized math curriculum to help build their skills. KnowRe is committed to making personalized education readily available to the masses. Google awarded KnowRe with the Grand Prize in the Global K-Startup competition, amongst 264 startups, late last year.
For more information, contact Gloria Lee, Director of Marketing, at email@example.com.
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