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can User-Centered Technology be Deployed in Edtech?
How can User-Centered Technology be Deployed in Edtech?

Stories From Our Education Portfolio: Geekie

April 13, 2018

The ability to listen to your users to deliver differentiated and inclusive learning is hugely important in classrooms with large and diverse student populations, particularly those where one teacher might simultaneously serve students across multiple grade levels.

Brazil’s Geekie, for example, applies artificial intelligence and machine learning to understand how students are performing and then redirects that student to appropriate content, based on what they know and don’t know. Geekie has already reached more than 5 million students — many of whom previously had little to no access to personalized learning tools. 

Watch our latest video on how Geekie’s innovative edtech solution is supercharging teachers and read about Omidyar Network’s education investments in EDUpreneurs Wanted by Amy Klement. 

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