Navigator's ability to locate the learner is designed for scale with one representational model that is consistent across all facets of learning - subjects, non-cognitive, and socio-emotional. The representational model tracks progress and performance as well as non-cognitive measures. Our visualization model is intuitive and actionable, all members can see data and make real-time informed decisions for each learner . While other systems deal with extreme details, we enable learners with a visualization that is immediately understandable and actionable.
Digital learning is about leveraging all available resources in education, from watching videos and answering multiple-choice questions to writing essays and working on group projects. Navigator scales because it captures data from a full-spectrum of learning activities. Offline projects, writing essays, and proofs are graded using rubrics and entered by the teacher and allow for a deeper characterization of the learner. Digital videos, simulations, and multiple-choice enhance the learning experience. All types of digital, offline, and social learning produce digital data that helps to dynamically locate the learner's knowledge, skills, and mindsets.
A large number of students around the world have limited access to devices or connectivity. Navigator scales by working in classrooms with one teacher, one smartphone, and limited internet access to schools with computer labs and technology-rich environments with one-to-one devices and broadband connectivity.
Navigator is designed for all learners, including those with special needs. Learners with disabilities have Skylines that locate them and obtain individual pathways with activities that are appropriate to them, including resources appropriate for the hearing impaired, those with color blindness, or learners on the autism spectrum.