We are excited to announce that we have been named a Finalist for the SIAA 2020 CODiE Award for Best Mathematics Instructional Solution for Grades 9-12 & Higher Education.
We are excited to announce that we have won the 2020 EdTech Digest EdTech Cool Tool Award for best "Math Solution."
According to Victor Rivero, Editor-in-Chief of EdTech Digest:
This year has been different, to say the least. However, despite formidable challenges brought about by world events—including locked-down cities, standstill travel, and closed offices, businesses and schools—we endure.
Time is precious, and as educators know, there are only so many minutes of instructional and practice time on any given school day.
The new Knowre Math Insights page, which is found on the Teacher Dashboard, provides specific, actionable, and time bound information to help you focus and drive student learning during those precious minutes.
New York, NY (March 16, 2020) - As a global education technology company, we at Knowre, like so many across the globe, are feeling the impact of COVID-19. And while we know that this is a global issue, its impact is very local with school closures, difficult decisions around childcare, and changes to many of the daily activities in our lives.
Knowre’s mission is to enhance and support learning by using technology to personalize education for students. Therefore, during this challenging time, Knowre has announced today that we will be offering Knowre Math free to all teachers, schools, and districts in the US who need additional support addressing the needs of each of their students and with distance learning during school closures.
Data related to the Common Core State Standards is now available on the Knowre Math Teacher Dashboard. To access this data, click on the “CCSS” data view option (see image below).
What would student learning look like in your classroom if you could regularly provide each of your students with an individualized review assignment created just for them?
Now, imagine the process of creating these review assignments for each student. It’s a difficult and time-consuming feat to say the least.
Recognizing the power of appropriately “targeted” assignments, we are excited to announce the Knowre Math Targeted 10. The Knowre Math Targeted 10 feature makes it possible for you to generate individualized review assignments for all of your students in just a couple of minutes. The Targeted 10 assignment is algorithmically-generated to focus on each student’s areas for growth within only the topic areas that you choose.
The Knowre Math iPad app is now available for download on the App Store.
Knowre Math for iPad transports students into a math learning environment that has been intentionally designed to support and engage them.
Curriculum on the Knowre Math app spans Grade 1 through Algebra 2. The lessons in each curriculum are comprised of instructional videos and intentionally sequenced practice and application questions which include interactive in-question supports.
Knowre is excited to introduce the new Knowre Math!
Knowre Math is an online core supplement for Grades 1-12 that identifies and addresses individual learning gaps, helping teachers personalize learning for all their students.
Here’s a preview of what you can expect when you log in. We are thrilled that we are finally able to share it with you.
KNOWRE ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF KNOWRE MATH, A DIGITAL MATH PRODUCT FOR SCHOOLS AND DISTRICTS THAT NOW INCLUDES GRADES 1-12
New York, NY (August 12, 2019) – Knowre, an award-winning education technology company that builds personalized learning products and technology for students around the globe, today officially announced the launch of Knowre Math, a Grade 1–12 online core supplement for schools and districts. Knowre partners with schools and districts to bring Knowre Math to classrooms, with the goal of ensuring all students are successful.
“You’ll have a great time,” the visitor center greeter said as we headed towards the trail in upstate New York. The hike was described as fun, but challenging, and we figured, despite rarely ever hiking, that we’d all be fine. Countless hours later we descended the trail thankful to be alive. Simply put, the trail was much more difficult than we could have ever imagined. While there were optional ladders and ledges placed at certain parts, in others we couldn’t figure out why these supremely helpful elements were frustratingly missing.
It is important when tackling a challenge or learning something new that there are certain supports in place to maximize desired outcomes, decrease frustration, and maintain motivation (at one point on the trail I told my friends it was best they just leave me there). Without the availability of these critical elements it’s all too easy to give up.