Jen is behind in math.
Jen is starting college. But, like many of her peers, she needs a bit of help before she’s prepared to tackle college-level math.
What can Knewton do for Jen?
Help her right away.
The course is web-based, so there are no integration requirements.
Give her a guided experience.
Personable instructors explain concepts in short bursts of high definition video—including detailed explanations of each assessment question.
Treat her like an individual.
Sophisticated algorithms deliver the exact content each student needs, bypassing concepts she already understands.
Allow her flexibility.
Students can work when and where they want. Many are motivated to finish ahead of schedule.
Reward her achievements.
Points and badges add a gaming component and encourage students as they progress through the course.
Meet Professor Smith.
Professor Smith is a dedicated teacher who wants to find ways to increase the number of students who pass developmental math.
What can Knewton do for Professor Smith?
Help him understand his class.
Faculty members can access class trends at a glance to get a clear idea of how to direct teaching efforts.
Give him insight into struggling students.
Detailed performance feedback helps faculty members see exactly what students need at a concept level, without resorting to guesswork.
Save his time.
The course alerts faculty members when students are falling behind, saving time and ensuring struggling students get the help they need.