Want to be sure that students have mastered ready knowledge, without this costing the teacher extra time? MemoryLab is an adaptive learning system that makes learning factual knowledge easier and more efficient by adapting the learning strategy to each user.
Scientific studies show that students who study with Memory Lab learn up to 10% more information in the same time than traditional teaching methods. Because MemoryLab accurately estimates the individual learning process of each student, it can also replace traditional tests in addition to improving learning effectiveness.
Educational institutions are increasingly using digital learning materials. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the transition to digital learning in schools. With major shortages of teachers and increasingly full classes, the demand for digital learning solutions remains high. Digital learning is expected to play an increasingly important role in education in the future.
At MemoryLab, we believe that smart digital learning solutions can contribute to providing personalized education at scale. The MemoryLab algorithm automatically adapts to each student, so that students always work at their own level. By digitally tracking the learning process of each student, the teacher can see at a glance how students are performing. In this way, students spend less time learning ready knowledge, and more time remains for providing extra guidance where necessary.
Read below how MemoryLab is now being used to improve digital learning.
Each year, more than 600,000 high school students learn with MemoryLab through the teaching methods of Noordhoff uitgevers. MemoryLab is used in Noordhoff's digital learning environment for, among other things, practicing vocabulary (French, English and German) and for learning geography.
Noordhoff uses the MemoryLab algorithm for personalized learning in their own learning environment through our API integration. Based on the student's answers, the MemoryLab algorithm determines when items can best be repeated, while Noordhoff uses its own results page where students and teachers can view the student's progress.
Memory Lab in the digital learning environment of Noordhoff publishers
Memory Lab in the digital learning environment of Klett und Balmer publishers
MemoryLab is also used in Switzerland by Klett und Balmer publishers. Here, students use MemoryLab for vocabulary learning in French, German, and English.
Klett uses a personalized version of our web application and the MemoryLab algorithm. The layout of the web application has been adapted to Klett's house style (logos, color schemes and fonts).
Publishers can choose to use our full web application in conjunction with the algorithm. Our web application is the most complete solution. The web application includes the following functionalities:
Users can practice without limits in our user-friendly learning environment.
Users can always view their learning statistics and history.
The user's learning performance is automatically summarized with 'mastery credits' that the student earns when the material is well learned. These credits can be useful for assessing the student.
Teachers can create their own lessons with open questions or multiple choice items, share lessons, and track the progress of all students in the class.
Student and teacher data is always protected (MemoryLab complies with the General Data Protection Regulation).
The house style of the web application can be fully adapted to your wishes.
It is also possible to use only the MemoryLab algorithm in your own online learning environment. During learning, the user's responses are sent via the API link to MemoryLab, where the optimized learning schedule is then calculated. The API connection is our most flexible solution and offers the following functionalities:
Users can practice without limits
Our algorithm can be used in almost any digital learning environment
The user's learning performance is automatically summarized with 'mastery credits' that the student earns when the material is well learned. These credits can be useful for assessing the student
Student and teacher data are always protected (MemoryLab complies with the General Data Protection Regulation)