Hatch Adds Adaptive Learning Platform
Early learning technology provider Hatch is introducing a new adaptive learning platform that is targeted to ease the assessment burden for early childhood education teachers and prepare children entering PreK and kindergarten called Ignite by Hatch.
The platform is designed to bridge the achievement gap by helping children students with math, phonetics and social and emotional learning skills prior to entering kindergarten. Children can use the platform to play interactive games designed researchers in early childhood to prepare students for readiness using 170 sequenced skills.
Ignite collects student assessment data and documentation which teachers can use to track student progress, inform instruction and intervene when necessary to help students stay on track to develop their school readiness skills.
More information about the Ignite platform can be found here.
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