With the government preventing traditional face-to-face learning, AllCard remains committed to providing its clients in the education sector with solutions to solve the challenges brought about by the COVID pandemic.
AllCard has partnered with Germany-based Cybernetyx to bring its new e-learning solution—Kneura—to the Philippines. As opposed to other learning management systems focused solely on remote learning, Cybernetyx promotes blended learning–the ability to equip physical classrooms with smart technology to integrate them with a school’s e-learning infrastructure, for when students eventually go back to school. Using Cybernetyx’s smart devices, every TV or monitor can be converted into a touch screen, integrated with its Kneura virtual classroom platform.
Kneura itself is more than just a communication platform like Zoom or Microsoft Teams. It has built-in content creation tools and access to AI-curated content, eliminating the need to use any third party apps for creating lessons. The interactive whiteboard acts as a collaborative canvas, with built-in video conferencing and chat functions for live virtual instruction. Assessments are also done through the platform, with powerful functions like an AI-powered automatic question generator and pre-defined question options. Teachers never have to grade another manual worksheet again, with students getting instant results after completion.
One of its most unique features is the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to create personalized learning recommendations. The system creates a digital profile of each student, based on performance, background, personality and other factors. This helps teachers address the individual needs of students to be able to tailor their teaching approach.
“We’re very excited to bring this new platform to the Philippine market,” says Education Sales Manager Dennis Delos Reyes. “The pandemic has forced schools to expedite their digital transformation, and we believe this is a good opportunity to innovate the way we educate the next generation.”