Alelo products are being used by the US military for rapid training in foreign languages. Students around the world are using Alelo to improve their English communication skills. Now we are pleased to provide our patented learning technologies to schools here in the United States.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) November 09, 2020
Students in U.S. middle schools and high schools can significantly improve their Spanish language fluency using avatar-based online learning with Enskill® Spanish, a new solution from Alelo Inc., a world leader in artificial intelligence avatar-based education and training.
During asynchronous interactions with culturally authentic avatars, students independently develop their Spanish vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. Teachers can later check the Enskill Spanish dashboard for student progress. In pilot programs, student language proficiency has improved – especially in large classrooms and hybrid learning models.
Students can access Enskill Spanish from laptops or mobile devices and initiate a lesson with the avatar at any time. The non-judgmental avatars provide students with an environment that generates self-confidence. At the end of the avatar conversation, Enskill Spanish gives students feedback on the objectives of the session. With the ability to remotely monitor student progress, teachers can identify students who need extra help.
Alelo CEO Dr. Lewis Johnson said, "Alelo products are being used by the US military for rapid training in foreign languages. Students around the world are using Alelo to improve their English communication skills. Now we are pleased to provide our patented learning technologies to schools here in the United States."
ABOUT ALELO INC.
Alelo is a world leader in AI avatar-based learning solutions for educators, enterprises, and government. Alelo products help people rapidly learn new skills and apply them when it counts, changing the way people communicate. The company has been transforming the way people learn since 2003 when it spun out as a DARPA-funded research project from the University of Southern California. http://www.alelo.com