How personalised learning can eliminate classroom zone-outs

The founders of Adaptemy are passionate about tech customisation in educational settings

7th May, 2017
Conor O’Sullivan, chief executive, Adaptemy Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dublin-based education technology firm Adaptemy will create up to 15 jobs and expand into Slovakia over the next 12 months on the back of raising €3.25 million in funding.

Adaptemy, which develops software to help teachers customise assignments to students based on ability and progress, is based in the Versari Hub in Dublin. It was founded in 2015 and currently has 16 staff.

“Personalised learning is a new type of tool. Traditionally in the classroom, a teacher might struggle...

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