Brain Boost automatically creates interactive lessons based upon core, previously-learned content. Any course material that a learner has not completed successfully is repeated more frequently to encourage retention until it is locked into long-term memory. Not only is this method of spaced repetition effective, it creates a fun daily quiz for students where they can see their progress on a daily basis.
EdApp's conference feature enables video meetings to be directly linked to a course. Users will be notified when an event is coming up and will be able to add it to their calendar. They will also be able to view a recording of the event if the Admin uploads this after the event takes place. Students can complete pre-work, attend a live session, then complete post-work and discussion with peers, all directly from EdApp.
One of the best tools in education is the ability to learn from our peers. We can learn from their questions, their application of knowledge, and their experiences. EdApp has many peer learning features, such as Discussions and Assignments, to encourage the sharing of expertise. Peer learning allows students and employees to harness the knowledge of others via shared posts, comments, photos and videos. All of this can be shared on EdApp and revisited at any time if a learner wants to review a topic.
Mentor intervention at key teaching moments is a pivotal aspect of learning. Using EdApp's Assignments feature, learners can receive a grade on a submission from their Coach right from the app. If a student is going down the wrong path, they can be gently pushed in the right direction (privately) by their Coach, and attempt to answer a prompt again. This can allow more control over submissions internally, and ensure students are applying their knowledge correctly. Students can also see each other's submissions, and continute to learn from eachother's, as well as mentors', comments.