How do You do Your Homework?!
Aug 20 2014

The cutting edge education technology company (Querium), where I run client services and operations, has submitted a a Future 15 session idea for our CEO, Kent Fuka.  Here’s an overview:

Ask any math instructor and they’ll tell you that while it’s nice to see a student’s answers to homework and test questions, what they really want to see is how the student got that answer. In this session we will demonstrate expert system technology that provides step-by-step tutoring assistance in a virtual, one-to-one experience. The system has students “show their work” by supporting handwritten work on tablets and reports on that work to instructors to provide insight into student thinking.

For a summary video of this the concept behind the session, check this out:

To VOTE, go here: (Thank you!!)

You will learn about:

  • The future of online math problem solving to help you, your kids, your students, and/or your teachers increase success in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) subjects!  Will multiple choice questions in math related topics be a thing of the past?!
  • Cutting edge, A.I.-based software that evaluates student problem solving step by step.
  • Translation of student problem-solving data into actionable insight for instructors.

Thanks in advance for your vote and for sharing the link.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Here’s an overview of Querium:

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2 Comments on “How do You do Your Homework?!”

  1. 1 Mari said at 10:29 PM on August 29th, 2014:

    I was just emailing an entrepreneur friend of mine about how friends and family don’t understand what you’re doing with your life when you don’t have a job and are running a start-up and I came across the “I’m not a delusional, I’m an entrepreneur” a post Arunie made in 2010 — cartoon, which I really and re-posted on my blog =)

    Just wanted to drop you a line!

  2. 2 Aruni said at 2:07 PM on August 30th, 2014:

    Hi Mari – Thanks for your note. Being an entrepreneur can be a crazy ride and sometimes it’s good to take a break every few years and catch your breath on a stable job. Ha!