Learners master one competency at a time – at their own pace – until they’ve mastered the course. Learners who need more help are presented with hints and redirected toward less complex activities to shore up their understanding and boost their confidence. When the foundations are mastered, the learner is able to advance to more challenging material. Our go-at-your-own-pace approach has been shown to reduce test prep times by 20-55% and increase on-the-job application and performance.
Our dashboard and Progress Meter keep learners updated on their progress to increase engagement and motivation. Our Hint engine targets remediation for each learner to help them close any potential knowledge gaps. And our "Good To Knows" scaffold knowledge with additional context to increase learner's test-taking success.
Unlike other platforms, we put learners in the driver's seat. They can choose to Watch (multimedia), Read (text with accompanying visuals) or Practice (interactive exercises), in any order. The choice is theirs. Allowing people to control their learning experience has been shown to greatly increase engagement and motivation.
Our personalized learning creates a unique, actionable set of data on each learner. And by measuring key data points, such as the depth and degree each concept has been mastered, Fulcrum’s analytics can make predictions on learner performance for standardized tests.
To create a more personalized, eﬃcient experience for the learner, we’ve combined a micro-learning framework with an adaptive algorithm. The platform constantly reassess the learner’s progress and adjusts the assessment question, in real-time, to ﬁnd the most “optimal challenge” for each learner. It’s a motivational strategy used successfully across the gaming industry to increase engagement and performance, and prevent boredom and frustration.
Quickly assess student’s progress. Discover your MVPs. Pinpoint which students are struggling, where they need help, and why they are not mastering learning objectives. Our analytics also evaluate content eﬃcacy, such as ﬂagging problematic assessments and suggesting appropriate assessment levels.