Mastery-Based Adaptive Learning in Chemistry
Knewton Alta’s mastery-based adaptive learning provides targeted instruction to your students at the precise moment they need it. In this webinar, you'll discover how to help your chemistry students engage in and benefit from this personalized experience tailored to their individual needs and skill level.Register Now
Winning with Corequisites in Math and Stats
In this webinar, you'll learn how to create a successful corequisite program in developmental math, incorporating specialized technology and assessing your successes and setbacks throughout the process.Register Now
Corequisites in Math and Stats: Steps for Successful Implementation
In this webinar, you'll get insights and advice on how to set up your developmental math course or your entire curriculum using corequisites to create an engaging classroom environment.Register Now
Defining Corequisites in Math and Stats: How to Know What You Don’t Know
In this webinar, you'll explore various corequisite models, get tips and best practices for setting up your course, and discuss how to effectively plan for a successful corequisite experience.Register Now
Redesigning Your Math Curriculum with Coreqs
Planning and Practice
Explore the challenges and opportunities of redesigning your math curriculum, the impact of redesign on how you choose course materials, and how adaptive technology such as Knewton Alta courseware supports your redesign goals.
Mapping, Implementation, and Training
Are you considering Knewton Alta for your redesigned corequisite course? Learn more about course creation and implementation from the Knerds at Knewton and turn your learning objectives into a fully realized adaptive course.
Lowering Costs, Raising Expectations
How do you lower your student’s course costs without lowering your own standards? In this series instructors share how Knewton Alta drives results in a variety of disciplines at a fraction of the cost of traditional materials.
Flipping the Calculus Classroom with Knewton Alta
In this webinar we explore what it means to “flip” a course including strategies for moving lecture material outside the classroom using Knewton Alta and how to incorporate more active learning events during class time.