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Education game invokes Civilization and others to teach math

Education game invokes Civilization and others to teach math | Using Technology | Scoop.it
The educational technology company uses game concepts to engage students while learning and targeting their weak areas in math.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, April 10, 2013 10:25 PM

Students often struggle with algebra. KnowRe is providing a free Algebra 1 game (in beta) that helps students review and learn math. This post provides an overview of KnowRe and states it is a "teaching tool that adapts to students on a personal level. It learns how well each person is understanding the concepts and adapts the curriculum based on that information."

You will also find a short video that shows how to use KnowRe and explains the components of the program.

To go directly to the KnowRe website, which bills itself as "Personalized math learning designed to help students succeed" go to https://www.knowre.com/. ;

Zhendan (Max) Wang's curator insight, April 11, 2013 3:05 PM

That's brilliant. if education could be implanted into games. everybody would be so happy to learn. 

Alexis's curator insight, October 3, 2013 10:17 AM

This game understands students on a personal level. It adapts to their needs and teaches math at their speed. Its a great teaching tool and targets a "trouble area" for each student so they can work on their own pace. I could definitely see myself using this in the classroom.

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Education Week: Spotlight on Math and the Common Core

Education Week: Spotlight on Math and the Common Core | Using Technology | Scoop.it
transition to the common-core math standards has resulted in shifts in classroom teaching and course materials.

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