We develop the full range of curriculum-aligned learning products for K-12, higher education, IT and corporate training.
Mobile devices have become commonplace learning tools and publishers are developing new content and repurposing existing products for mobile delivery. At Ixia, our technology and instructional design teams work together to create media-rich content that is not just mobile compatible but optimized for multiple platforms and devices.
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Nowadays, with so much emphasis on user-centered design, describing and justifying the importance of designing and enhancing the user experience seems almost unnecessary. We could simply say, “It’s important because it deals with our users’ needs — enough said,” and everyone would probably be satisfied with that.
Mobile learning is a growing trend in classrooms, creating a more flexible, collaborative, and interactive learning experience in schools and districts. Mobile devices are changing the way that educators teach and students process the information. Parents, students, and educators are seeing more and more mobile devices like tablets, and smartphones in schools, districts, and individual classrooms.
Our bespoke courseware for K-12 education providers is in keeping with the highest standards of instructional effectiveness and student engagement. Our courseware spans not just core areas (Math and English Language Arts), but also Social Studies, Science, and Foreign Languages and, more recently, Career and Technical Education (CTE).
Our courseware creation team has expertise and experience in designing and developing courseware that draws on the work of the finest minds in instructional theory. These include David Merrill, Benjamin Bloom, Robert Gagne and Malcolm Knowles. More recently, Andrew Churches’ re-interpretation of Bloom’s taxonomy for a digital economy and Norman Webb’s classification of DOK levels has meant that we must look at new ways of having students show their proficiency and mastery. Instructional design at Ixia, thus, while rooted in classical theory dating back to the early part of the twentieth century, is constantly looking at new ways to make learning richer, more relevant and focussed.
Competency based learning, the rise of MOOCs (Massively Online Open Couseware) and content digitization are key trends in college education that are sweeping across the US. At Ixia, we have created learning for higher-ed that factors in best-in-class principles of adaptive learning, open standards for education, and content ontologies. Also, our work in AP (Advanced Placement for college credit) programs across a range of subjects has won both accolades and awards.