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Hundreds of thousands of students at schools across the country currently use Pearson MyLab with Knewton Adaptive Learning titles in subjects including reading, economics, math, and writing.
Gakken Educational ICT Co., Ltd, part of Gakken Group and one of the most prestigious and long-standing Japanese educational companies, has partnered with Knewton to bring adaptive instruction to students in grades 1-9.
WebAssign is a flexible and fully customizable online instructional system that puts powerful tools in the hands of teachers, enabling them to deploy assignments, instantly assess individual student performance, and realize their teaching goals. Using Knewton’s adaptive capabilities, instructors will get real-time recommendations through WebAssign for improving outcomes based on individual student and whole class performance.
OpenStax is a nonprofit organization committed to improving student access to quality learning materials. Knewton’s adaptive learning platform will provide specific content recommendations for OpenStax open educational resource (OER) textbooks.
Studentlitteratur is Sweden’s leading publisher of educational materials for primary, secondary, and adult education. The company will work with Knewton to make adaptive learning for elementary school students.
Flat World is an education technology company that partners with colleges and universities to improve learning outcomes through personalized educational experiences. The partnership with Knewton combines Flat World’s digital content with Knewton’s adaptive learning platform.
Kroton is Brazil’s largest education company. LFG, its test prep division, will use Knewton-powered adaptive learning to help law students prepare for the bar exam.
Tata ClassEdge, a division of Tata Group, provides an effective blend of curriculum-mapped classroom activities and interactive technology to students and educators across India. Tata ClassEdge will use Knewton to power personalized learning solutions for students.
Florida Virtual School (FLVS), the nation’s first online public school district, is an established leader in developing and providing virtual K-12 education solutions to students all over Florida, the U.S., and the world. FLVS will use Knewton to power adaptive learning courses to further enhance personalized learning for its students.
Top Dog Education and Knewton will develop personalized learning products for Grade 4-12 students in South Africa.
Alinea, (Lindhardt og Ringhof / Egmont Group), Denmark’s largest textbook publisher for primary and secondary school, and Knewton will develop next-generation digital products for Danish students.
Hachette Livre, the third-largest educational publisher in the world, partners with Knewton to provide adaptive learning curricula to teachers and students in France and the French-speaking world.
Hachette Livre’s educational imprints — Hachette Education, Hatier, Didier, and Foucher — have all partnered with Knewton to release adaptive learning solutions for K-12 and higher education teachers and students in France.
Z-kai Group partners with Knewton to bring personalized learning products to Japanese students.
Leading educational game producer Muzzy Lane partners with Knewton to explore adaptivity in games.
17zuoye, leading online education platform for K12 schools in China, partners with Knewton to develop personalized learning products.
Classi is a joint venture of Benesse, the largest education publisher in Japan, and renowned Japanese telecom company SoftBank. Knewton will power Classi’s digital courses to help high school students get a more personalized learning experience.
Arizona State University uses Knewton technology to power personalized developmental math courses.
ELTjam will use Knewton technology to build a personalized test prep product for students taking the International English Language Training System Exam.
HP and Knewton are collaborating to build Personalized Print Learning Solutions, which will make adaptive learning materials seamlessly available across print and digital platforms.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) serves 60 million students across 120 countries. HMH is using Knewton technology to personalize learning for K-12 students in math, reading, and other subjects.
Because every child learns every skill differently, Waggle gives each student the individualized practice they need, at their level, for the content teachers are covering in class. Powered by Knewton, Waggle looks for more than correct answers and continually analyzes each student’s decisions and progress.
Cengage Learning — a leading educational content, software, and services company — will integrate Knewton adaptive learning features into select higher education products across Management and Sociology disciplines.
Multinational software giant Microsoft will introduce its partner and publisher ecosystem to Knewton, allowing them leverage the Knewton API to create adaptive learning experiences.
Adaptive Curriculum will integrate Knewton technology into its innovative web-based math and science lessons for grades 5-12. Adaptive Curriculum’s rich interactive library has been honored with numerous recognitions, including five CODiE awards from SIIA.
Dutch publisher Malmberg, a subsidiary of Sanoma Learning, will use Knewton to create adaptive learning experiences for students and teachers in the Netherlands.
Sanoma Learning, a leading European learning company, will partner with Knewton to personalize learning for students in the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Poland, and Sweden.
Gyldendal, a leading publisher in Norway, will use Knewton technology to power digital math products. Gyldendal’s Smart Øving Powered by Knewton will provide personalized learning experiences for primary and secondary students.
Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organization, has partnered with Knewton to personalize content from The Electric Company — providing engaging lessons that continuously adjust to the needs of young learners to build skills critical to early development.
Wizard is Brazil’s leading English language learning business, which Pearson acquired in December 2013. Wizard uses Knewton technology to personalize WIZARD Plus, a digital English language training course for all ages.
Santillana, the leading K-12 education company in Spain and Latin America, will use Knewton technology to develop personalized learning materials for Spanish and Portuguese speakers. Santillana currently provides materials for students in 22 countries.
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