Institutional pricing is steeply discounted and varies by student numbers. Please do get in touch to get a quote for your institution’s needs.
What is your pedagogical model?
Broadly, we adhere to problem-based learning. For full details of the pedagogical underpinnings, see Our Model.
What sort of data will I be able to see on my students?
In a nutshell: more than any other platform out there. You can always see a student’s score and time taken per module, but more importantly, you can see how they answered every single question. This helps spot patterns across different modules (for example, does the student have difficulty with interpreting graphs in different modules? Is comprehension an issue across different contexts?). Thus, we can understand where the concerned student needs a leg-up.
You can also conduct the same analysis on a cohort-wide basis to get a bird’s eye view of your entire cohort’s strengths and gaps.
Will you support us in reading this data?
Absolutely! In addition to comprehensive training, we are very happy to support you with understanding and analyzing the data being captured. Our analytics team can generate insights to help you make the most of the data – without spending time studying it yourself.
How else can we use this data?
The data can be exported in .csv format and imported into other platforms. We are also working on integration with a number of platforms, get in touch if you have a particular platform you’d like to check up on.
Is it possible to form sub-groups and assign them to individual teachers?
Yes it is – just tell us how many student groups you’d like and your admin accounts can be set up to see data for all students or just a chosen sub-set of your students.
Do you need a minimum number of students to sign up?
Not at all. We work with institutions of all sizes and our pricing is tailored to reflect what’s most efficient for each institution.
Will you give students feedback on their assignments and essays?
Absolutely not. We are not a tutoring service. Our resources enable students to be independent and self-directed.
Got a question we’ve missed?
Just drop us a line and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.