Edmentum Debuts Individualized Learning Tool
a provider of web-based learning software, has introduced a new
individualized learning program for K-6 math, reading and English
Edmentum Individualized Learning is an adaptive learning system that combines assessment, instructional
content and progress monitoring. As students work through the content,
the system identifies their strengths and weaknesses and adjusts
accordingly, offering "targeted instruction aligned with goals, paced
to students' needs, and structured to give students control over their
own educational journey," according to a news release. The system
maintains a complete profile of each student's individual strengths and
needs, and it reports on student growth with each successive
administration of assessments.
Educators can use the system to
identify students who are are working below, on or above grade level,
and they can monitor student data at the district, school or grade
level. According to information the company's site, educators can also
use the system to measure real-time progress by skill, view insights
based on "national norming data" and use "simple visualization tools to
communicate with stakeholders."
Key features of Edmentum Individualized Learning include:
- Adaptive assessments developed by Edmentum's subject matter experts and psychometricians;
- Individualized learning paths with new content;
- Progress monitoring with real-time alerts to indicate where students are struggling or require intervention;
- Student grouping recommendations; and
- Real-time reporting.
Edmentum Individualized Learning will be available to districts and schools in spring 2017.
Further information about Edmentum Individualized Learning can be found on Edmentum's site.
Leila Meyer is a technology writer based in British Columbia. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.