A missing piece
          Personalized skills and learning platform


Teachers are asked to personalize learning for their students, but what about their own learning needs?

2gnōMe (To know me) enhances skills awareness and clarifies who needs what kind of learning in the first place. When aligned to a learning framework, the platform uses data to personalize the learning experience for every teacher - at scale - and measure its impact over time. Our name comes from the Greek gnosis, knowledge. Gold award winner at Re-Imagine Education in 2016. 

Watch this video to learn more and then see how it works for yourself.
Holistic and Learner-Centric Experience

Consolidate disparate silos of content, LMSs and standards.

Use data to personalize learning for every teacher, at scale.

Simplify work for coaches and mentors.

Measure outcomes and impact of learning over time.

Iterate your learning program in real time.


Winner, 2016 Re-Imagine Education
Runner-up, 2017 SIIA Innovation Showcase


Personalized Learning at Scale

See How 2gnoMe Works 
Live demo for teachers, based on the ISTE Standards.


"Digital curriculum requires new skills. 2gnoMe is the only solution I've seen that identifies teacher readiness and personalizes learning plans to adjust to this new paradigm. It's bound to be a major disruptor in the education space. “

LeiLani Cauthen,  Author & CEO,  The Learning Counsel

"2gnoMe is one of the most well designed and user-friendly technologies that I have ever used."

Pelin Bicen, Professor, Penn State University
“One of the beauties of the [2gnoMe] offering is that it provides the same opportunities for teachers that we are trying to provide for students – personalizing the learning. Teachers are at different level of skillset, we need to be able to identify what they know and what they need, and then be able to customize it for them. It’s essential.”

Hector, School Principal in New Mexico

“… the results have been an enthusiastic staff who knows how much we value their time and dedication to the profession.“

Lee J., Director of Federal Programs, Dothan City Schools