About Course Features
Engagement through active learning
Our technology delivers active, personalized "Learn by Doing" learning through embedded practice, which creates the Doer Effect —a proven learning design principle. Courses include topical lessons, clear learning objectives, and embedded practice in the form of assessment questions.
- appear in each lesson
- are tagged to Learning Objectives
- produce a data for each individual student
As students practice what they have learned by engaging with these activities, they produce a rich data stream on the learning process. This data drives adaptivity and actionable data analytics.
Adaptive practice tailored to each student's needs
Student performance on formative activity questions drives personalized content and assessment called Personal Practice at the end of a unit of learning to prepare the learner for a high-stakes assessment.
These activities are designed with sets of scaffolded questions against each learning objective from the preceding lessons.
Summative Assessments that show results
Our research shows a correlation between the amount of practice students did and their summative quiz scores—the more practice students did, the better their learning outcomes were.
- Adaptive practice has a net positive effect on learning estimates.
- Improved learning estimates yield higher mean summative assessment scores.
Acrobatiq's Learning Dashboards provide clear and practical data to drive actionable insights. Identify at-risk learners, spot trends, and continuously refine courses and student outcomes with Acrobatiq's powerful data analytics.