Evidence of Learning

6+ million learners around the world, 2.82 years of growth per year in a research study at Leadership Public Schools, and Higher NWEA MAP scores among Navigator users

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Positive Outcomes and Feedback

More than 6 million learners in classrooms around the world are learning with Navigator. One study shows Math students using the Navigator outperforming in the US. Another shows higher levels of engagement among Indian primary school students. Additionally, Navigator is receiving positive market feedback with a growing number of partners developing competency frameworks, aligning their content and implementing with their cohorts.

Join the many success stories of schools and districts using the Learning Navigator to improve learning outcomes

Outperforming

 Leadership Public Schools (LPS), a network of urban charter high schools in Oakland, California, set out to ensure that all its learners were ready for Algebra 1. Only a small number of incoming LPS learners had mastered 8th-grade math, while four-fifths of them performed at a 2nd to 7th-grade math level.

LPS collaborated as part of the NLC to leverage the capabilities of Navigator to address the needs of learners missing foundational math skills. By integrating their pre-algebra course with Navigator, LPS educators could observe where each learner's math understanding began, how their comprehension progressed, and precisely when they achieved readiness for Algebra 1. A 2016 Christensen Institute study highlights student achievement in pre-algebra at LPS. The study showed that "Learning growth in math was 2.82 times the national growth norm during the first year of Gooru implementation," as measured by NWEA MAP). These results have been replicated every year since LPS implemented Math Navigator in the classroom.

Christensen Report

3x Students “Involved” with Navigated Learning

The India Education Collective's (IEC) interventions in primary schools in Paderu, Andhra Pradesh, India, were researched by IMPACT Partners in Social Development, Pvt. Ltd. The study included 100 randomly selected schools with 1009 students equally distributed between control and program groups with students from Grades 1, 2 and 3. The research shows higher levels of engagement among third and fourth graders using Navigated Learning.

IEC impact report

Significantly High MAP Scores

Fifth-grade teachers at a Navigator Lab School established Navigate Math Wednesdays as a complement to their regular mathematics instruction, which uses Eureka Math (Great Minds, 2018) the rest of the week.

The students, on average, spent 7.8 hours on Math Navigator over three months. There was a direct positive correlation to competencies mastered in Math Navigator to overall Winter MAP scores. On average, students who gained more competencies in Math Navigator had higher overall MAP scores.

Science of Navigated Learning

Beyond researched studies, Navigated Learning is getting positive market feedback on its impact.

"I use technology in my classroom, and I’ve seen many different platforms. Navigator lets me pull together a variety of resources and track student progress all in one place. I especially like the ability to see student time on task and that students can easily access resources to review concepts independently."

Laurie Ellis, Math Teacher, Leadership Public Schools

Competencies Gained

With real-time data on competencies gained by students, Navigator provides dynamic feedback, so stakeholders can regulate and coordinate to enable strong outcomes.

Positive Feedback

Education secretaries in India, district superintendents in the US, and instructors and learners worldwide have highlighted productivity gains for teachers and learning gains for students.

Millions of Users and Growing

The growing number of users worldwide is evidence of Navigator's ability to scale. Other measures of scalability include the level of engagement in terms of monthly activity and time spent on Navigator, the number of lessons created by instructors, and the number of competencies gained by learners.

Across Disciplines and Geographies

Silicon Valley engineers to primary school students in rural Maharashtra, India, are leveraging Navigator to achieve assured outcomes. Our partner network of content providers and implementers, as well as researchers and tech partners, is rapidly growing. For example, Dr. Teomara (Teya) Rutherford at the University of Delaware is working to understand how motivation and self-regulation feature in student's choices within Math Navigator and how their choices illustrate their strengths and area of improvement in social-emotional learning to provide actionable insights for teachers. 

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