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businesswire | December 16, 2020
Today, Seoul-based EdTech startup Mathpresso declared that its math-solver application, QANDA has addressed over 1.3 billion inquiries and utilized by more than 7 million month to month dynamic clients, a 370% development inside 1 year.
Created by Korea's driving EdTech startup, Mathpresso, 'QANDA' is a portable application that empowers understudies, all things considered, to get moment arrangements and 1-on-1 help from a portion of the world's top-college mentors...
Study International | April 06, 2020
Critical thinking in online learning is perhaps more crucial than critical thinking in a physical classroom. When learning online, students come across far more complex challenges that require novel solutions – often concerning technology and information. Critical thinking skills involve identifying flaws in people’s arguments or reasoning by weighing evidence and identifying misuse of information. These skills enable students to differentiate fake news from real reports, differentia...
Learning Pool | January 07, 2022
Learning Pool, the U.K. based leader in learning technology, today announced the acquisition of True Office Learning, the award-winning adaptive compliance technology firm based in New York City.
True Office Learning is the creator of award-winning adaptive eLearning and behavioral intelligence technology that measurably improves performance in organizations around the world. Specializing in predictive insight and targeted remediation, True Office Learning has become the go-to dis...
TNW | February 28, 2020
Researchers have developed a new personalized learning robot for autistic children that uses machine learning to adapt its lessons to each kid’s changing needs. The University of Southern California team put a “socially assistive robot” called Kiwi in the homes of 17 autistic children and set the two-foot-tall, green-feathered robot to give each child personalized classes. Over the course of a month, the children played space-themed math games on a tablet device while Kiwi prov...
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