Learning company Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (opens in new tab) today announced that it has acquired adaptive learning solution Waggle (opens in new tab). Integrating Waggle’s platform with HMH’s core curriculum programs and services intends to create classroom-based personalized learning experiences for students across the spectrum of learning needs—those above, on and below grade level.
Waggle’s web-based adaptive learning platform provides differentiated Math and ELA instruction for students in grades 2–8. Waggle analyzes student decisions, learning behavior and progress to provide each learner the right challenge at the right time.
With the integration of Waggle, HMH will create a connection between its core content and adaptive supplemental offerings by aligning Waggle’s capabilities with HMH’s Into Reading, Into Literature, and Into Math programs. Using real-time data and insights, Waggle will help teachers identify student learning gaps and direct them to HMH instructional content.
Additionally, HMH will continue to offer Waggle as a stand-alone supplemental solution for classrooms, regardless of core program of study.