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Supplemental courseware builder that allows students to respond to and show work for digital math assignments.

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Parsegon is a supplemental courseware builder that allows students to respond to and show work for digital math assignments. The platform includes an “equation builder” to create printable and digital assignments, an English-to-math digital transcription tool, a question library with 25,000+ options, and a virtual teaching assistant. Instructors can use Parsegon to create their own questions, and students using Parsegon can show their work on those assignments. Instructors can use Parsegon when teaching in fully-online, blended, or face-to-face formats.

Courseware Features
  • Course Builder
  • Supplemental
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Statistics
LMS Integrations
  • Blackboard
  • Canvas
  • Moodle
Standards Integrations
    • In-Person Faculty Training
    • Online or Phone Faculty Support
    • Online or Phone Student Support
    • Technology / Platform Integration Services
    Pricing Data
    • One Paid Version
    • $10/student/semester ($30/student on Quarter system, $20/student on Semester system) Discounted rated provided at a high number of students. Custom rates for colleges if professors aren't sure about the student involvement level. Custom rates also provided if teachers want to use the tool just for transcription without registering any students.
    • Can be purchased by Teacher, School Leader, or District Administrator.

    Courseware Features

    Ratings are based on company self-assessment, guided by the CWiC Framework.

    • Adaptivity

      The content can be adjusted in relation to a learner's knowledge


    • Customization

      Educators and course designers can alter learning or assessment content


    • Learner Autonomy

      Learners can impact or augment instruction based on their choices


    • Socio-Emotional

      Use of feedback and interventions based on a learner’s social-emotional state


    • Assessment

      The presence of academic structures and the capacity to assess learning in relation to them


    • Collaboration

      Ability for learners and/or educators to engage with each other in the context of learning


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