Weelrn is the TikTok for Academic Learning
Imagine if school offered the excitement and engagement of Tik Tok.
What if we replaced textbooks with two-way conversations around videos, GIFs, emojis and tweets?
And what if we could transform the silent classroom into a dynamic social network?
Students would be eager to go online, participate, and as a result they’d be in the know.
Weelrn. Together We Learn.
Weelrn combines the engagement of Social Networks with the Academic Integrity of a meaningful curriculum.
Weelrn provides a supercharged online learning community tailored to the subject, topic and learners.
Weelrn's generative AI creates Learning Cycles that consist of discussion questions and bitesize challenges automatically posted on the class feed.
Weelrn collects, stores and analyzes class feed log data to extract insights on learning engagement and social interaction.
Weelrn responds in real-time to student contributions with positive feedback.
Weerln Assesses student contributions using AI text, image and video recognition tools.
Built by Teachers
Weelrn co-founders Gal Novak and David Preston have more than 50 years of international classroom teaching experience and education technology development. From Los Angeles to Tel Aviv, David and Gal have worked successfully with thousands of K12 students and teachers at every developmental stage and ability level.
"My students are doing homework without knowing it's their homework"
7th Grade History Teacher.
"Weelrn gives educators insight that helps them improve and customize their presentations, as well as homework and assignments that help students master concepts and skills. Instructors share their ideas, students respond, and Weelrn helps them all document the learning cycle. We automatically transfer the data and present it in ways everyone understands. To me this is revolutionary. It will benefit the students very much."
CS & Applied Math Student @Brandeis University
"The biggest impact was not for the high-performers or the low-performers, but the "invisible middle" — kids who attend class and do the basics but normally don't participate came out of the woodwork on Weelrn. They not only interacted with the curriculum directly, but they commented and responded to others in ways that I had not previously observed."
Gifft Hill School