CARMEL, IND. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 18, 2017 – Education technology company CuroGens Learning will present at both The Advocacy Group’s (TAG) annual meeting Thursday, October 19 in Charleston, S.C., and at the International Association of Truancy and Dropout Prevention (IATDP) annual conference Saturday, October 21, in Indianapolis, Ind.
Jesper Kehlet, CEO of CuroGens Learning, will speak to approximately 100 lobbying professionals during the TAG meeting and participate on a panel with other education companies to examine the legislative, regulatory, grassroots or other advocacy issues facing these collective organizations.
Kehlet will be discussing CuroGens Learning’s proposed pedagogical redesign of learning environments to reach underserved students.
At the IATDP Conference, CuroGens Learning’s Ole Hjorth, chief learning officer, and Søren Hjorth, director of learning solutions, will present a workshop titled, “Teaching method of the future: A different view of absentees and the role of the teacher.”
During the IATDP workshop, the speakers will discuss the paradigm shift the CuroGens Learning method creates, and the possibilities gained by vesting in educators to reach twenty first century learning goals. Using the CuroGens Learning solution, students are able to complete lessons at their own pace. This is due to the built-in double-looped feedback and proprietary 5-in-a-row programming combined to enable students of all ages to learn within his or her Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD). This is especially important when absenteeism is due to uncontrollable circumstances.
“We are leading the way to higher quality learning and teaching,” said Ole Hjorth. “It’s time to acknowledge a paradigm shift must occur so that even the hardest to reach students can feel confident and capable.”
With tremendous success, CuroGens Learning has equipped educators with the necessary tools to deliver adaptive learning environments that fit any student’s cognitive style and pace. The company’s Advanced Learning Information System identifies students’ knowledge gaps, enabling teachers to provide the learning that promotes retention of knowledge and skills.
About CuroGens Learning
A subsidiary of global systems integrator CuroGens, Inc, CuroGens Learning is an education technology company that develops learning resources for students and teachers around the world. The company’s Advanced Learning Information System has been designed to address secondary school dropout rates and is based on a foundation of teacher training and certification. For more information, visit http://www.curogenslearning.com.