IndiVisual Learning designs effective remedial instructional software.
Our products recognize the role of the teacher in effective application
of instructional materials. We enable teachers to deliver precise
instruction exactly when a child can best use it. Using our products
children can make up lost time faster and more cost-effectively
than with other methods.
The IndiVisual Organization:
IndiVisual Learning, LLC, is a Minnesota-based organization formed
in 1998, derived from the vision of Howard Casmey, former Commissioner
of Education for the state of Minnesota (1969-81). Howard's deep
passion for education, and his role as an educator for more than
53 years, provided him with a clear understanding of the needs of
students struggling to achieve, as well as the challenges for education
professionals that assist them.
All IndiVisual Learning products are student-centered remedial and
supplemental instructional programs. Instruction follows the student.
Our programs are standards-based, curriculum driven - rigorous,
but designed to be played. They feature interactivity that puts
the student in control. Our technology is open to foster rapid development.
Enabling a child to learn at their own pace, in control of the instruction
and replay, and giving useful contextual feedback is the key to
our approach to instructional design. We carefully select color,
text sizes, and navigation based on direct observation and user
Remedial and Supplemental
IndiVisual Learning builds the best remedial and supplemental programs
that enable a student to control their learning. We augment existing
core curricular products working with all major educational philosophies.
We compliment your curriculum and give your students another instructional
point of view and the coached practice they often need to put them
back to grade level or ahead.
Instruction follows the student
This means our programs can be played from home, a public library,
a church computer room, as well as the childs classroom. The
Internet log in puts access where ever the student happens to be.