Vretta, along with Humber College and the Luxembourg Ministry of Education, were recognized for the implementation and the impact of their Assessment-for-Learning projects, MathemaTIC and OCMT, with two Gold awards from the international 2018 Brandon Hall Excellence Awards.
The Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards Program is the most prestigious awards program in the learning industry around the world. Often times called the “Academy Awards” in the learning industry, this Excellence Award recognizes the best organizations that have successfully deployed programs, strategies, modalities, processes, systems, and tools that have achieved measurable results.
MathemaTIC, developed by Vretta and the Luxembourg Ministry of Education, in partnership with socio-economic research and education testing institutions, won the Gold Award for the Best Advance in Custom Content for its successful implementation and progress towards raising attainment and reducing the equity gap at primary and secondary schools in Luxembourg.
MathemaTIC is a personalized learning platform that is tailored for students to learn and master mathematics through simulations, games, and interactive practice.
OCMT, developed by Vretta in collaboration with all 24 colleges and 72 school boards in Ontario, and led by Humber College, won the Gold Award for the Best Advance in Competencies and Skill Development for successfully raising the level of numeracy for students in secondary and post-secondary institutions across Canada.
OCMT is a platform that diagnoses students’ strengths and weaknesses in math concepts and upgrades their skills through voice-enabled, interactive items by helping students to visualizes, conceptualize, and engage with mathematics.
Vretta’s partnerships with the Luxembourg Ministry of Education and Humber College, which successfully improved student success and confidence in mathematics, have continued to show the importance of transforming math education through the use of immersive technology solutions to help students learn math to live smart!
James Howell visiting Humber College and presenting Mona Nouroozifar and Kate Zhang with the Gold Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Learning Award for Best Advance in Competencies and Skill Development for the OCMT.