A Blog by Carnegie Learning
Using artificial intelligence to give you the exact information you need about every student in real-time.
We are thrilled that LiveLab, the new live facilitation tool available in MATHia, won "Best Use of Artificial Intelligence in Education" in the 2019 EdTech Breakthrough Awards.
LiveLab helps you make the most of your time and focus your attention on students who need it the most. We developed it alongside teachers like you to give you real-time data and actionable insights on what to do next, right there in the classroom lab. You can see at a glance what each student is doing in the MATHia software, including their activity and productivity levels and which skills they’ve mastered or are struggling with. Real-time notifications let you react to how students are doing in the moment, not after the fact when it’s too late.
LiveLab empowers you to coach students who are struggling and recognize students who are on track. Every student’s math learning is visible to you so you can make your instructional decisions quickly and effectively. The added benefit? Students feel supported, encouraged, and never left alone to fail.
Carnegie Learning is a comprehensive, dynamic and progressive learning technology company. Advocating a belief in teaching and determination to help students develop as learners and thinkers, Carnegie Learning is seeking to re-define the role of technology across the K-12 landscape. It delivers research-proven mathematics curriculum and the MATHia® platform for grades 6-12, project-based digital solutions for computer science, and best-in-class K-12 professional learning services. EMC School, part of Carnegie Learning, delivers blended learning resources and services for 6-12 world languages and English language arts. Mondo Education, also part of Carnegie Learning, provides high-quality literacy resources and services for K-5 classrooms.Explore more related to this author
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