Reactive Tutor Creates Custom Curriculum For Students

Reactive Tutor Creates Custom Curriculum For Students

Knewton’s Adaptive Learning Platform helps you learn better by responding to what you do and don’t know, with personalized content based on collected data.

Emma Hutchings
  • 30 august 2012

PSFK Presents The Future Of Work

Tech company Knewton‘s ‘Adaptive Learning Platform’ helps students learn better by responding to what they do and don’t know. It personalizes the content that’s served to them based on data collected about their learning habits, so they get educational content that is curated and customized just for them- making education more engaging and meeting their unique needs.

Knewton analyzes learning materials based on thousands of data points (concepts, structure, difficulty level, media format, etc) and uses sophisticated algorithms to gather content for each student, every day. To further personalize the online learning content, Knewton analyzes data about the performance of each student and similar students on the platform in order to provide the best activity for each student. The system is continuously adaptive and responds in real-time to each individual’s performance and activity, optimizing learning for each individual student.

Watch the video below to learn more about the ‘Adaptive Learning Platform’:


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