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What is Jasperactive?
Jasperactive is a cutting edge learning system that teaches learners various fundamental skills in technology, from the basics of using computers and the internet to using the Microsoft Office suite of applications. The purpose of Jasperactive is to give learners a tool that is applicable for all learning styles, can be accessed anywhere, and provides freedom to learn at any pace.
Jasperactive offers a benchmark assessment to gauge the prior knowledge of the learner. Based on those results, the platform creates an abundance of lessons, quizzes, and other various exercises that teaches what they do not know so that they do not waste time and energy repeating what they already know how to do.
Once the Jasperactive courses have been completed, the learner will be well equipped to earn their certification in that area.
Founded on CCI Learning’s world-leading courseware, Jasperactive for Microsoft Office is the world’s first kinesthetic Microsoft Office learning and validation system mapped to the Microsoft Office Specialist Global Standard.
Jasperactive for Digital Literacy provides success in modern society empowering learners to acquire knowledge at their own pace. Using an exercise-based approach, including intuitive mentored assistance, preparing for Certiport’s IC3 Certification.
Sherri Bagshaw, Chanute High School, Kansas
Chris Glascock, Springs Canyon Alternative School, Idaho
Kelly Broscheid, Cincinnati Public Schools, Ohio
Katherine Schmit, Kalama High School, Washington
Jenny Cole, NetLEARN, South Africa
Joe Bryan, Walker Valley High School, Tennessee
Our Director of Schools has heard of our success and has sent a message of congratulations. Jasperactive has made my life so much easier, and students are learning so much as they train.”