CAMI is fully customisable to your curriculum and in your language.

CAMI contains a vast amount of topics which can be tailored to your individual, curriculum based requirements and of course CAMI is available in whichever language or dialect you require.

The fastest and most powerful knowledge retention system for educators.

CAMI utilises a “drill and practice” methodology to ensure students successfully retain knowledge. In each topic, a student can access a multitude of different, randomly generated questions on any given topic to reinforce learning and to ensure each session is kept fresh and interesting.  Students can progress from the fundamentals of a concept through to more advanced exercises, focusing on revision, extension or practising current work as required. Where textbooks contain a finite number of questions within a static format; with CAMI, your students can access an unlimited amount of questions instantly and interactively.

Can you evaluate how effective your education program is? CAMI can. Instantly.

Most educational programs focus solely on knowledge transfer, that is, the teaching component of the educational process.  However they are unable to evaluate the effectiveness of the knowledge transfer, this being how well the concepts taught have been understood, applied and retained by the students.

CAMI supports the transfer of knowledge but critically evaluates the effectiveness of the teaching through our state-of-the-art reporting system. At the click of a button a teacher can view the accuracy of student responses, the time taken and, uniquely to CAMI, the Performance Index (PI). The PI measures a combination of speed and accuracy, enabling teachers to evaluate student performance against their peers, as well as tracking their own individual performance over time.

Standard assessment tasks can be prepared to measure performance between students, classes, schools, even states. Following this, classes can be measured against one another within a school, either overall or by specific topic. In a similar way, schools can even be compared with one another.

CAMI enables teachers to do what they do best. Teach!

Eliminate the unnecessary hours spent on manually marking student work. With CAMI the marking is done for you. Allowing teachers to focus on what they do best. Teach!

Ease of setting work- explain concept (knowledge transfer) then simply with a few clicks in CAMI the teacher can set work to reinforce concepts taught.  No tedious leafing through a text book and finding examples.

Marking - automatic marking releases the teacher from the administrative task of marking e.g. A teacher with a class of 30 students sets an assessment of 30 questions meaning 900 questions needs to be marked…CAMI saves time

When reviewing reports, problem areas can be identified at a glance. Scores in excess of 80% are in black, those between 60 and 80% are in blue, and those below 60% are in red. Teachers can easily review reports and know instantly what topics require improvement by focusing on those in red.

CAMI saves students' time as there is no danger of losing a textbook, or carrying burdensome heavy texts or using out of date books.

Use CAMI both in the classroom and as homework

Within a classroom they are always students with a differing range of ability, proficiency or aptitudes

Cater for all abilities - lower/middle/higher - and everything in between.  This is based within topics as well as overall.  So you can ensure that all students are competent in all aspects of the relevant curriculum.

CAMI provides a distinct advantage to students, teachers and schools.

Assessments can be created and are cheat proof as duplicated questions show on the report.  Teachers can also view the time taken on each question.  Students can’t copy from others as CAMI utilises randomly generated questions and will be different to the student beside you.  Students will always be doing something different but at the appropriate level.

Speednotes enable a student to have a concept explained without teacher intervention and as a result save the teacher time.

The Autopilot feature enables students to progress only when they have demonstrated the required level of competence.  Thresholds can be set by the teacher in each exercise.

For example, a student will only move onto solving equations with fractions once they have demonstrated the ability to solve equations with whole numbers.

This feature can be switched off to allow for a test or exam-style assessment, as opposed to regular class work or homework. That way the students can progress through a chosen series of exercises and their overall performance assessed upon completion.

In the setting of thresholds, the teacher prescribes how many questions and the percentage score needed to progress to the next level of competency.

Inversely, should a student score below a prescribed threshold the Autopliot function will either repeat the same exercise (from a random pool of questions) or move the student back to a previous concept to ensure the fundamental principles pertaining to that competency have been clearly understood.