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Carnegie Learning Inc. and Apollo Education Group Inc. | Date: 2014-09-05

Software for providing computer-based tutorials and exercises pertaining to mathematics; Software to enable user collaboration via communication networks; Software for sending and receiving electronic messages, notifications, graphics, images, audio and audio visual content via global communication networks; Software to enable viewing and interacting with electronic publications and associated content; Software for creating mathematics content, namely, graphs and mathematical expressions; Software for recognizing handwriting; Software for providing instructional management tools, namely, tools for managing interpersonal interaction, grading, and learning activities.


Hausmann R.G.M.,Carnegie Learning Inc. | VanLehn K.,Arizona State University
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education | Year: 2010

Self-explaining is a domain-independent learning strategy that generally leads to a robust understanding of the domain material. However, there are two potential explanations for its effectiveness. First, self-explanation generates additional content that does not exist in the instructional materials. Second, when compared to comprehension, generation of content increases understanding and recall. An in vivo experiment was designed to distinguish between these potentially orthogonal hypotheses. Students were instructed to use one of two learning strategies, self-explaining and paraphrasing, to study either a completely justified example or an incomplete example. Learning was assessed at multiple time points and levels of granularity. The results were consistent, favoring the generation account of self-explanation. This suggests that examples should be designed to encourage the active generation of missing content information. © 2010 - IOS Press and the authors. All rights reserved.


Patent
Carnegie Learning Inc. | Date: 2015-01-27

A syllabus editing system is described hereafter for editing a course syllabus. The syllabus editing system aids the user in adjusting what learning objects are included in a syllabus. The system further checks dependency violations in an edited syllabus, where a dependency violation occurs when fundamental concepts for a particular learning object are not presented prior to the particular learning object within the flow of the syllabus. Embodiments provide information about detected dependency violations, information about learning objects that may be used to correct the dependency violations, and information helpful in aiding a user in editing the syllabus intelligently. Furthermore, embodiments provide an option to automatically correct dependency violations. Such an automatic correction involves identifying one or more solutions to the dependency violation. According to an embodiment, a solution that represents a minimum change to the syllabus is automatically identified and implemented in order to correct a detected dependency violation.


Patent
Carnegie Learning Inc. | Date: 2015-02-09

A computer stores a scheduled subset of learning activities. Each learning activity has a duration estimate. The system receives status data indicating a progress of a current learning activity of the scheduled subset. If the status data does not indicate completion of the current learning activity, and the scheduled subset has a sum of duration estimates that exceeds a remaining available teaching time, then the system automatically selects a replacement subset of the learning activities. The replacement subset has a sum of duration estimates that does not exceed the remaining available teaching time. The replacement subset of learning activities is automatically selected by the system based, at least in part, on at least one of: academic standards associated with each of the learning activities; and an importance score associated with each of the learning activities. The system establishes the replacement subset to schedule in place of the scheduled subset.


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Carnegie Learning Inc. | Date: 2013-03-06

PRINTED PUBLICATIONS, NAMELY NOTEBOOKS AND WORKBOOKS CONTAINING INFORMATION AND TUTORIAL EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS. EDUCATIONAL ONLINE NON-DOWNLOADABLE COMPUTER SOFTWARE, NAMELY, COMPUTER BASED TUTORIALS AND EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS.


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Carnegie Learning Inc. | Date: 2013-03-06

PRINTED PUBLICATIONS, NAMELY NOTEBOOKS AND WORKBOOKS CONTAINING INFORMATION AND TUTORIAL EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS. EDUCATIONAL ONLINE NON-DOWNLOADABLE COMPUTER SOFTWARE, NAMELY, COMPUTER BASED TUTORIALS AND EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS.


Trademark
Carnegie Learning Inc. | Date: 2013-03-06

PRINTED PUBLICATIONS, NAMELY NOTEBOOKS AND WORKBOOKS CONTAINING INFORMATION AND TUTORIAL EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS.


Trademark
Carnegie Learning Inc. | Date: 2012-08-21

Computer software for mathematics instruction; Computer software for mathematics instruction that may be downloaded from a global computer network; Downloadable computer software for mathematics instruction.


Trademark
Carnegie Learning Inc. | Date: 2013-03-06

EDUCATIONAL COMPUTER SOFTWARE, NAMELY, COMPUTER BASED TUTORIALS AND EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS. PRINTED PUBLICATIONS, NAMELY NOTEBOOKS AND WORKBOOKS CONTAINING INFORMATION AND TUTORIAL EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS.


Trademark
Carnegie Learning Inc. | Date: 2013-03-06

EDUCATIONAL COMPUTER SOFTWARE, NAMELY, COMPUTER BASED TUTORIALS AND EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS. PRINTED PUBLICATIONS, NAMELY NOTEBOOKS AND WORKBOOKS CONTAINING INFORMATION AND TUTORIAL EXERCISES PERTAINING TO MATHEMATICS.

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