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Adaptive Curriculum Launches Digital Age Math & Science Tutoring

Education technology company Adaptive Curriculum announced today the launch of its first consumer product, Uzinggo.
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Education technology company Adaptive Curriculum announced today the launch of its first consumer product, Uzinggo, an online-based learning system that combines education techniques, interactive game-like graphics, real-world simulations and motivational tools to help students learn.

Uzinggo is built on a foundation of extensively researched educational standards. The 5E Instructional Model – Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate – is built into each of Uzinggo’s study plans, or ZingPaths™. Uzinggo is available for students in grades 5-12, with ZingPaths™ in courses ranging from Pre-Algebra to Physics. Prep and review courses are also available in a variety of subjects.

After receiving guided instruction and completing an activity, students are rewarded with points and badges. Students can earn more points by completing an assessment and performing well on the questions. Activities and assessments can be repeated as many times as needed until the student fully comprehends the subject matter.

Parents can log into their account at any time to view their child’s progress through the lessons, how much time the child has spent on activities, if the child completed assessments and how the child performed on the assessments.

For more information and to sign up for an account, visit: www.uzinggo.com.

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