Navigator

Navigator For Learners, Instructors, Administrators, and Content Providers

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Navigator for All Stakeholders

Navigator is one product with four applications that empowers learners to succeed with a GPS-like experience for learning, teachers to facilitate personalized learning, administrators to track performance and scale success, and content providers to reach a greater audience.

Navigator for Instructors

Navigator helps instructors monitor learners' progress, engage the class in live assessments for real-time updates on student understanding, and suggest additional activities to help learners achieve mastery.


Monitor: Navigator provides data-dashboards with real-time data of where each learner is so instructors can personalize interventions.

Facilitate: Instructors create lesson plans by uploading their content or searching Navigator's extensive catalog of resources aligned with curriculum standards and add them to their class activities.

Suggestions: Navigator continuously suggests activities based on learners' performance. Instructors can assign these suggestions to an individual, small groups, or the whole class.

Go-Live Assessments: Instructors can check learner understanding of a concept with Navigator's "live assessments" feature to show how each learner answers each question in real-time. Instructors can reteach the concept base on how the class performs or provide peer support or small-group instruction. Navigator also offers detailed rubrics to score complex assignments, like discussions, projects, and proofs.

  • locates each learner — their current knowledge, skills and mindsets.

  • curates learning activities that are used to personalize learning pathways.

  • mediates learning journey with suggestions of routes based on profile and reroutes based on their performance.

  • facilitates instructional practices where teachers can monitor learners’ progress and differentiate instruction.

  • integrates communities of practice among learners and educators so they support each other by sharing their practices, content, and answering each others questions.

Navigator for Admistrators

Mission Control: All Stakeholders in the learning ecosystem, including principals, superintendents, program coordinators, researchers, and funders, can make informed decisions backed by data with Navigator's Mission Control.


Learning Gains:  Leaders across the learning spectrum from Principals or Program Coordinators to Education Secretaries or CEOs can monitor the learning gains of their cohorts, access a variety of reports based on their roles, and plan their support to accelerate learning outcomes.

Research: Researchers from a variety of fields and interests, including but not limited to data science, learning sciences, education, and cognitive sciences, use Navigator to incorporate their research and further it based on data. They can develop and test their curricular interventions across education and skills. They can implement algorithms for reinforcement learning, or validate their hypotheses about learner mindsets.

  • locates each learner — their current knowledge, skills and mindsets.

  • curates learning activities that are used to personalize learning pathways.

  • mediates learning journey with suggestions of routes based on profile and reroutes based on their performance.

  • facilitates instructional practices where teachers can monitor learners’ progress and differentiate instruction.

  • integrates communities of practice among learners and educators so they support each other by sharing their practices, content, and answering each others questions.

Navigator for Content Providers

Content providers working with administrators can align existing curriculum with Navigator. They can transform any curriculum to a Navigator Course, containing both offline and online learning activities to ensure learners have access to a full range of learning experiences.

Curate: Content providers create collections and assessments and develop Navigator courses.

Framework: Navigator includes a competency framework for Math, Science, English Language Arts, and Social Studies for U.S. K12. These competencies are "crosswalked" to state standards. Content providers verify the competency model and then "crosswalk" for their subjects and standards and extend it with review collections, as well as develop diagnostic assessments and, finally, aligning and tagging their curriculum to the competency model.

Free-response questions: Navigator supports free-response questions scored using rubrics, as well as multiple-choice, multiple answers, fill in the blank, drag and drop, and true or false questions.

Track: Content providers monitor the efficacy and reach of their curriculum with Navigator’s real-time data dashboards.

Math Navigator has a full spectrum of learning resources, activities, and assessments for all Common Core Standards in grades 2-9 Math. Students study on individual pathways to fill their knowledge gaps and accelerate learning. Math Navigator is designed to be flexible and to work with a schools’ existing curriculum and teaching norms. Four public schools in the US are co-creating Math Navigator with the Gooru team. Math Navigator is also being implemented in two states in India.

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