New York, NY (June 9, 2016) – Knowre is honored to announce that it has won the 2016 REVERE Award for best “Classroom Supplemental Resource for Mathematics.” REVERE Award winners are chosen in a long evaluation process by educators and industry professionals. Each product is rigorously judged according to a rubric that accounts for excellence in all areas of product design and development.
Knowre’s adaptive learning program for middle and high school math offers unrivaled visibility into a student’s understanding of specific concepts and skills. The unique Walk-Me-Through feature, modeled after the one-on-one student-teacher interaction, identifies exactly why students answer math questions incorrectly. The program then fills in these knowledge gaps through an algorithmically-generated set of review questions.
Teachers use Knowre in the classroom to review previously taught skills and practice current in-class content. Knowre’s actionable data reports give insight into each student’s progress, allowing teachers to tailor lessons to the weaknesses of individuals, small groups, or whole classes. Whether for remediation or enrichment, students of all levels can use Knowre.
The REVERE (Recognizing Valuable Educational Resources) Awards, now in its 50th program year, continue to identify outstanding educational products that engage today’s teachers and students. “We are so proud to be recognized by REVERE awards, says David Joo, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Knowre. “Knowing that we were selected by fellow educators and industry professionals amongst such a large field of nominations demonstrates the unique success of Knowre in the classroom.”
Knowre is available online for desktop and laptop and as a native app for the iPad. Knowre covers Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II.
Knowre is an education technology company delivering personalized and engaging learning experiences to students around the globe. Knowre’s revolutionary technology identifies individual student learning gaps and fills those gaps through algorithmically generated curricula and interactive scaffolded support. Knowre further enhances learning by providing students with an engaging and fun learning environment, and teachers with actionable and comprehensive data. Knowre partners with schools, private education companies, and other corporations with the goal of helping students reach their full potential.
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