LONDON, Oct. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Knewton, the world's top adaptive learning company, and Alinea, a leading Danish publisher whose math content is used by the majority of students in grades 1-7 in Denmark, have launched CampMat. The adaptive math learning product tailors recommendations for students in grades 1-3 studying numbers and algebra.
"Starting strong in math is so important to a student's future academic success," said Cliff Hansen, managing director for Alinea. "Creating a personalized learning pathway based on hard data is a powerful way to improve the experience and the outcome."
Developed using Knewton's adaptive learning technology and Alinea's proven content, CampMat is a dynamic digital curriculum that delivers individualized instruction based on real-time analysis of what a student knows, how she learns, and her stated learning goals. CampMat also leverages game-based learning strategies to engage and motivate students.
"Adaptive learning represents the future of education for students of all ages," said Jose Ferreira, founder and CEO of Knewton. "And it's happening today, thanks to innovative partners such as Alinea."
This is the first Knewton-powered product available to Danish students. The company has delivered more than 20 billion recommendations for what to study next to more than 10 million students on every continent except Antarctica.
Alinea is Denmark's largest textbook publisher for primary and secondary school. Alinea houses 100 employees and publishes a broad variety of learning materials – based on quality, professionalism and strong didactics. Alinea is a part of the publishing house Lindhardt and Ringhof that is owned by Egmont, a leading media company with activities in 30 countries and 6,300 employees.
With Knewton, every student gets a more personal learning experience. Teachers, schools, and education companies around the world use Knewton to power digital course materials that dynamically adapt to each student's unique needs. Knewton provides students with tailored recommendations for exactly what to study, teachers with analytics to better support each student, and publishers with content insights to develop more effective digital products.
Knewton was founded in 2008 and has offices in New York City, London, and Tokyo.
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