Cambridge, United Kingdom, November 13, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- MathSpire, the interactive, online learning platform for helping students master A Level Maths and getting better grades will be showcasing its functionality at Pod 20 in the UK pavillion at BETT Asia 2017.
Created by Cambridge University academics, the platform is designed to give a multi-functional online experience that is:
· Effective - using many ways to explain concepts and test understanding
· Engaging - encouraging thinking and problem-solving using functionality such as interactive graphs
· Time saving for teachers – providing auto-marked homework
· Personalised – facilitating a learning experience to develop metacognitive strategies
MathSpire is now at beta testing phase and will be working with a number of UK schools and 6th form colleges to beta test the new online maths experience.
Speaking about MathSpire, Founder, Charles Roddie, Fellow at Sidney Sussex College, says, "We are pleased to be taking MathSpire to the next level and feel that teachers will appreciate the time saving attributes of the auto-marked homework functionality. We hope students will like the interactive graphs which help explain maths concepts like differentiation, we feel this functionality make such concepts easier to explain.
"In the future we will be introducing AI into the platform in order to provide a personalised learning experience for students whereby the platform will serve up new questions depending on previous responses. We will also be introducing a digital pad so that teachers can see all working outs.
"We are grateful to the UK Department for International Trade for helping us work with international schools across the Asia region and look forward to meeting with them."
Sidney Sussex College
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