Shared accountability for educational goals is the key.

Whether learning is happening online, in-person, or blend of both, you can build trusted relationships around your curriculum by applying research-backed, brain-based strategies.

 
 

Metacognition is reflective thinking, an executive brain function.
Our products & services motivate metacognitive mindsets for lifelong learning.


The result of applying metacognitive strategies? Successful, accountable teaching & learning, with less stress.

 

 

On strategic goals, academic standards, job skills, project steps, even social & personal quests, our products & services help you apply these research-backed learning practices:

 

SELF-EVALUATION

 
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The top achievers chart learning progress as they go.
When self-evaluation is coupled with formative teacher feedback & outside evaluations, learning gaps become visible & actionable.

 

METACOGNITION

 
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Metacognition is a key executive brain function. Practicing it helps make learning easier across any topic or skill.
Previously too messy to document, our mapping tools scaffold student metacognition, so teachers get insights on HOW to guide individual students.

 

PRECISION FEEDBACK

 
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Trusted learning relationships begin with clear goals & grow with quick check-ins, listening, encouragement & sharing resources. Make your curriculum visible and actionable with our efficient feedback tools, customized to fit your educational goals.

 

How can we inspire your education?

 
To take ownership in their growth—that’s what our children need.
— — Gretchen, parent
 
 
I love that CoreAtlas helps my students monitor their learning and set goals. It helps me know what I’m teaching.
— — Alexandria, primary teacher
 
 
...the backbone of the course.
— — secondary student
 
 
 
The key elements are present including being curious, keeping records of progress, making it your own, and sharing – how to do both the latter at the right times is important and all too rare. The Atlas allows for error, which surely is the essence of all learning – from Not yet, to On my way, yes I got it and I’ve used it in life.
— Dr. John Hattie, Educational Researcher & Author, Visible Learning