Endoxa Learning is a new and innovative way to learn, practise and apply your knowledge. The platform is designed to take reasoning and argumentation away from long dense texts and make it more engaging through interactive ‘argument graphs’.
Endoxa Learning used diagrams called argument graphs to represent arguments. Visualising the argument makes it quicker and easier to understand. Factual info is embedded into the argument graph so a student sees how to deploy examples and case studies to support their position.
Endoxa Learning is a graphical platform to make your own arguments for coursework essays and exam preparation. Each lesson is interactive, you can modify the argument graph to include your own ideas: change the conclusion, add a new case study, add a counter-argument, etc.
The Endoxa argument graphs are based on A Level subjects and lessons so you can easily navigate to the topics you need. Each interactive Endoxa lesson contains the key facts and arguments you need to learn for a given topic.
You can test your learning with interactive tasks, including connecting parts of arguments and understanding how they relate. At the end of each lesson, you can modify the argument graph to represent your response to the argument – add a counter-argument, change a premise from true to false, and so on. Your finished argument graph then serves as a visual essay plan or a summary for revision.
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Endoxa Learning is a completely new way to study. At its core is a powerful engine that analyses arguments and displays them visually: the argument graph
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The lessons in Endoxa Learning are specifically designed to meet the needs of A-Level students. We have carefully built our lessons to enable you to see exactly how arguments work before practicing and applying them in your own studies.
We are actively adding new topics and lessons to Endoxa. Check back regularly and sign up to our email newsletter to be notified when new content is available.
To find out more about how Endoxa Learning works, and the research that supports it, read our white paper.
Critical thinking and argumentation skills are increasingly important for students. That’s why we have specifically designed Endoxa with A Level students in mind to help visualise the key arguments in a topic to apply in essays, assignments and exams.
We consulted research and studies going back over 50 years about how to visually represent arguments in diagrams. We developed Endoxa Learning to visually express, classify and evaluate arguments in a simple and practical way so everyone can reason well with our responsive and intuitive system.
We have updated and refreshed the way you learn by stripping away the long, dense texts to replace them with visual, interactive software.
Julian loves competitive swimming, especially freestyle.
He can’t stand rice pudding!
Kay loves a sub 30-min parkrun.
She’s not keen on tardiness!
Josephine loves gymming it up, especially crossfit.
She’s not keen on cats.
James loves pizza, especially Hawaiian.
He can’t stand fish.
Chris loves Italian-style pizza straight from his garden pizza oven.
He can’t stand Hawaiian pizza!
Jeremy loves telling captivating stories and inspiring audiences.
He finds poor grammar physically painful!
Ann-Marie loves roller derby.
She’s not so keen on social media!
Alistair loves Surfing and Rockclimbing
He's not so keen on writing essays!
Beth loves trips to the beach with her dog for fish and chips.
She's not keen on early mornings!
Rosie loves painting and plants.
She can't stand overripe bananas.
Grace loves canoe polo.
She can’t stand having nothing to do!
Kirsty loves hot weather and walking her dog.
She’s not a fan of running!
Laura loves open water diving!
She can't stand gravy.
See for yourself how Endoxa Learning helps students effectively learn and apply the arguments needed to access the higher marks in assignments and exams.
Contact us to learn more about Endoxa Learning for schools including institution licences, and software training.
The case for the argument first theory, approach and methodology presented by Endoxa: review our whitepaper on the challenges of mastering arguments at A Level and the Endoxa argument graph solution.
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The ‘argument first’ model which Endoxa Learning follows has far-reaching and multi-disciplinary potential for overhauling the current framework of learning arguments and reasoning as well as enhancing critical thinking skills for everyone. Furthermore, Endoxa Learning can be used for collaborative reasoning whereby the truth of an argument can be found in an interdisciplinary approach.
Read our whitepaper for more information.
Contact us to request a concept deck that covers the benefits and the potential that Endoxa Learning offers.