Partners can leverage Navigator and its tools in custom ways to suit their specific user needs.
Gooru has curated OER content on the web with enhanced metadata and provides instructors, learners, curriculum developers and partners access to rich-media content of different types such as video, webpages and interactives. Gooru has specifically curated Math Navigator learning activities that have been aligned to competencies. The content spans resources from different publishers and includes collections, questions, assessments and offline activities. Partners can access the catalog using search API and use the activities within their applications.
Gooru has published highly curated Math Navigator courses for 2nd through 9th grades. Learners’ initial Skyline can be established using a diagnostic, via their NWEA MAP scores or instructor’s assertion of their math levels. Learners’ can study on their personalized routes computed based on their Skyline and their destination class grade with reroute suggestions from a curated Math catalog. Instructors are supported with suggestions for learning challenges and gaps in their class, along with access to content for performing live learning. Instructors can track the progress of individual learners as well as the overall class. The different stakeholders such as school and district administrators can get access to a wide range of insights in Mission Control. Partners can white-label the Navigator tools and provide an integrated experience for all their users.
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The learner’s proficiency and Skyline in any facet can be continuously tracked by sending the activity stream data for the learner to Navigator. The activity stream data can include data about learners’ interaction events with learning activities, learner data about assessment items, and/or aggregate performance in the assessments. Navigator will compute not only mastery in aligned competencies, but also compute other measures such as preferences, mindsets, citizenship, authority and reputation.
LMS providers can leverage the Navigator for Instructor tool to enable their instructors to schedule and teach an entire class or cohort of learners using rich media content including offline activities, conduct live assessments, and track progress, and performance of their learners. The instructors can get insights into which learners have learning challenges at their grade level competencies and who have learning gaps and get suggestions from Navigator to help overcome them. Instructors can view the Skyline of individual learners, get reports of the progress of the class by domain, and intervene to get their learners to make progress.
SIS and LMS providers can extend the capabilities of their products to become a nextgen Navigated LMS by adding support for navigated learning. Learners can get personalized routes and reroute suggestions by including the Navigator for Learners tool. Instructors can get insights into how the class is doing, track individual learner’s progress and performance and enhance their classroom practices with rich media resources and live learning by integrating the Navigator for Instructors tool. School and district administrators can get an overview and deep insights into how their classes and schools are performing via data rich dashboards and drill downs by integrating the Mission Control tool. Curriculum developers can get access to open catalog, create collections, assessments and offline activities for their tenant library using the Navigator Library tool.