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Nano Adaptive Modules

Our Nano-Adaptive Apps are built on intellADAPT’s patented Adaptive 2.0 platform, and use a competency based approach to ensure complete mastery of the concept at an accelerated pace.

$1.99 per Module per Semester


Online Adaptive Courseware

Our Adaptive 2.0 courses are geared to reinforce instruction in the classroom.  The courseware is licensed by the semester, and pricing is based on the number of students in the class.

$29.99 - $49.99 per Course per Semester


Adaptive Resource for the Classroom

Adaptive Resource for the Classroom (ARC) can help you accommodate all of your students. With ARC you can improve learning outcomes and strengthen learner comprehension without changing the way that you teach. 

$9.99 - $29.99 per Student per Semester


The Learning Cube

The core of Adaptive 2.0 Learning Technology is the Learning Cube, which is built around pedagogy, learning models, rich media, real-time feedback, and learner analytics. Each individual has a dominant learning strategy based on cognitive development and a unique pace to digest new learning content.

Adaptive 2.0 is unique in tailoring content to each student's personal learning strategy. The content is also dynamically rendered if the formative assessments indicate that the student needs more work in mastering the concepts before they continue on to the next course module. 

The students especially like the varied learning strategies that allow them to approach difficult material in a manner that is best suited to their personal learning style.
— Benjamin C. Owens, Tri-County Early College High School
The education technology that supports big-data driven adaptive learning may make significant impacts on the improvement of personalized education for students and may be a powerful tool at the disposal of teachers to improve learning outcomes in the future.
— Jordan Cox, PTC
Lowell High School started using Adaptive Physics last September and is expanding its use with a second instructor for Honors level Physics. I strongly endorse the Adaptive 2.0 platform and its potential for fostering success in all of our science students.
— Roger D. Morneau, Lowell High School