Make learning more flexible by creating rules that trigger actions
Trigger actions when users complete tasks
Set up rules that should be performed when students enroll in groups, complete classes and learning paths, or fall behind on their mastery levels. This powerful feature helps educators save time on teaching activities and makes learning more personalized.
Various automation options
Choose the type of action you want to add such as awarding points and badges, enrolling students in classes, locking/unlocking lessons, sending custom messages, and more.
Choose where to add rules
Rules can be added in many areas of the platform such as classes, learning paths, groups, accounts, and mastery.
Define the class flow
Drip content allows you to schedule student access to lessons rather than have them all available at once. Using automation teachers can lock/unlock lessons at a specified time.
Make learning more engaging and interactive using gamification
Create fun games
Make learning fun and competitive with gamification by creating games where students can earn points and badges for completing tasks during class activities.
Set up game levels
You can create levels for games and define how many points are required to pass each level. This helps students learn how to achieve goals.
See game progress on leaderboards
Students can see their progress in games on leaderboards, as well as the number of points and badges earned so far. Students can also see the rankings of other game players.
Choose the type of game suited to your classroom
You can use gamification for classes, learning paths and even create games that allow students to gather points and badges by completing site-wide activities. You can also add more than one game per area, for example a class can have multiple games.
Site-wide game Path game Class game
Get creative with badges
Award badges to students as incentives to encourage great results. You can upload badges or create your own with custom shapes, images, text, and colors.
NEO provides us with all the structure we need to give us that true feel of ownership of learning.Cheryl Essex, Dean of The REALM at Burleson Independent School District
Students love the freedom of studying at any time and they find NEO fun and engaging.Ernesto Ramos, Learning Object Coordinator at DLSU-D