A Tried and True Platform
25 Billion Recommendations and Counting
A Finely Tuned Engine
Knewton’s adaptive learning platform draws on decades of research into psychometrics, item response theory, cognitive learning theory, and intelligent tutoring systems. Knewton measures student understanding of every concept, and defines the relationship between those concepts to provide a framework for student learning.
Flexible and Scalable
Partners build in Knewton as a layer beneath their applications and content management systems. Knewton is content agnostic and can support a wide range of learning objectives, from remediation to mastery-based learning. Works with an LMS and other digital services.
A Global Learning Network
The platform improves as it grows. Your students benefit from Knewton’s anonymized interactions with millions of students engaged in adaptive learning.
The Enterprise API runs on a fast, heavy-duty, service-oriented infrastructure that is built for scale. Partners get dependable service and 24/7 technical support. A network of multi-region data centers makes it simple to comply with regional laws and keep commitments to teachers and students.
What Our Partners Are Saying
“It’s really felt like part of the HMH team and we’re all working together towards improving learning for students. I don’t think of them as a vendor. They’re really a true partner for us."
Maggie DeMont SVP, Product Management & Strategy
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
“We wanted to work with someone who had interest in working with us versus just offering us a product. Knewton’s invested a substantial amount to get where they are today and when we looked around at the alternatives...in our view, they were the best.”
Rick Noble, CEO
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More Adaptivity, More Improvement
A Knewton study of approximately 288,000 students enrolled in college-level science courses found that students performed better in courses with adaptive assignments. The more adaptive assignments were used, the more students improved, up to an average difference of four percentage points — almost half a letter grade.