Our process for developing learning experiences
1. Easily create adaptive content
Works in any modern web browser with easy drag and drop capabilities. WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get)
An intuitive authoring tool for adaptive content.
Create adaptive learning paths that dynamically change according to your learners performance, using an intuitive, easy to use authoring tool that doesn’t require programming, and is already used by hundreds of teachers.
2. Embed rich simulations
Make learn by doing a virtual reality!
Quickly import rich simulations (Flash, or HTML5) into your adaptive lessons and author tasks that require your learners to interact with them.
The platform monitors learners interactions with the simulation, allowing you to tailor the feedback and activity flow to your students’ needs.
3. Collaborate and Save Time
Save time with built-in templates and collaborate in real time online while authoring your lessons.
Collaboration with subject matter experts, instructional designers and developers will save you time – work that used to take weeks now takes hours.
4. Deploy lessons online
Educators can start teaching quickly and easily once their lesson is ready to go live.
Lessons can be deployed:
Into your LMS – students will get a single sign on experience, and grades will be tracked in the LMS grade book
Directly from Smart Sparrow – you can manage enrolments and invite your students to your lesson without the need for an LMS
As a public lesson – allow anyone with the lesson’s URL to access it. You can even embed the lesson in any web page (like a YouTube video) or share the link via twitter or your WhatsApp learner group.
5. Analyse student results
Using Knowledge AnalyticsTM.
Without understanding how students interact with content, online learning is a black box.
Educators gain insight into learners minds by learning what their students know.
Access key data to pinpoint problem areas and difficult concepts which empower educators to continuously improve their teaching approach by adapting to learners needs.
6. Share with colleagues
Share lessons with your peer educators and create a community.
Educators can build a showcase of lessons, and share it with a community of like-minded educators – locally or globally.
Members of educator communities can submit, discuss and adapt lessons to continuously grow and improve content & learning through collaboration.