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Calcularis - bridging the gap for dyscalculia learners

Dyscalculia, a term that may sound unfamiliar to many, is a learning difficulty that affects approximately five percent of the population. Unlike its more well-known counterparts, dyslexia and dysgraphia, dyscalculia remains relatively obscure. Individuals with dyscalculia, often intelligent and creative, grapple with fundamental mathematical concepts.

Is online proctoring here to stay?

Online proctoring was thrust into the spotlight during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, instead of being hailed as a game-changing solution, it faced some criticism. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at whether online proctoring has reached its peak or not yet.

Constructor Research Platform participated in Graphene Conference in Manchester

The recent Graphene Conference held in Manchester, UK, from June 27 to 30, 2023, brought together some of the brightest minds in the field of graphene and 2D materials research. Among the notable highlights was the presentation by Konstantin Novoselov, showcasing his research and newest publication on 2D materials, which was conducted using the Constructor Research platform. This platform offers researchers studying defects in 2D materials an array of powerful tools and functionalities, significantly enhancing their research capabilities.

5 essential strategies to drive corporate learning success in the age of AI

Technological advances are reshaping the corporate landscape at a breakneck pace, and traditional training methods are no longer sufficient to meet the demands of this ever-changing environment. To thrive in the competitive marketplace, companies must adopt innovative approaches that harness the power of accelerated content creation, interactive learning and artificial intelligence (AI).

Navigating the digital classroom: essential tools for teaching math and grammar online

Teaching math and grammar online has become increasingly important in the digital age of education. These subjects form the foundation of language comprehension and numerical literacy, fostering cognitive development and problem-solving skills in students. With advanced digital tools, educators can create engaging and inclusive learning experiences. In this blog, we will explore the benefits of teaching math and grammar online and discuss the top tools that can help educators excel in this endeavor.


Embracing diverse learning rhythms: Asynchronous learning in classroom or non-classroom setup

In today's evolving education landscape, acknowledging the varied learning rhythms of students is essential for an inclusive and efficient learning environment. Asynchronous learning allows students to learn at their own pace, providing an excellent solution. In this blog post, we'll explore this concept and strategies to accommodate diverse learning rhythms, empowering learners to thrive in their educational journeys.



How does online proctoring work?

Who can benefit from using online proctoring technology? Anyone who is looking to deliver remote assessments, whether in an educational or organizational context. How does it work? In this article, we'll take a deep dive into the structure and operation of Constructor's Proctor solution, an AI-powered online proctoring platform, as well as the key steps for online exams.