Combining strong content, proven pedagogy and AI technology to help students acquire subject mastery

Our aim

Help students achieve near 100% long-term knowledge mastery

Combining strong content, proven pedagogy and AI technology to help students acquire subject mastery

Our aim

Help students achieve near 100% long-term knowledge mastery

Each Subject consists of Topics which is broken down into its own set of Knowledge Rungs (or Learning Objectives). Before students can ascend any Rung, they need to go through practice problems selected by our AI technology. Students cannot skip Rungs. This is to ensure that they ascend comfortably and confidently.

With every Rung ascended, students will be more skilled in the current Topic, before moving on to the next Topic and so on, until they eventually achieve mastery.

Learn through practise

ScaffoldLearn adopts the Practice-Based Learning methodology because research has shown that students learn better in active learning. We believe that the action of solving problems makes learning more effective than watching videos passively.

We have developed tens of thousands of practice questions that help students learn through problem-solving. Each question is tied to achieving a specific Knowledge Rung (KR) of a Subject.

The more problems solved, the more Knowledge Rungs achieved, and the closer a student is towards attaining mastery in the Subject. Mastery is attained progressively and systematically with confidence.

ScaffoldLearn provides the upward push students need to achieve more Knowledge Rungs in their climb towards Mastery.

Practice makes progress, and progress leads to excellence.

Strong Learning Content

Most of the time, the reason why students face difficulty in understanding and applying higher order knowledge, is that they do not have a solid, firm foundation to begin with.

ScaffoldLearn addresses this learning gap by ensuring that students have firm footing in the foundation as they progress higher and higher in the knowledge ladder.

The practice questions in ScaffoldLearn covered Singapore’s upper primary Mathematics syllabuses (i.e., Primary 4, Primary 5 and Primary 6, equivalent to Year 6-8 in UK and Grade 5-7 in US).  Students gain access to all the levels’ syllabuses as ScaffoldLearn progresses them from foundational to advanced knowledge. Students can also select specific topics in these syllabuses for reinforcement learning.

ScaffoldLearn helps students to secure firm footing in their foundational knowledge before they progress to more advanced knowledge.


Makes Learning retention easy


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10-10 Learning Concept

ScaffoldLearn advocates consistency in learning. Students are encouraged to do practices daily, throughout the day, to refresh their attained knowledge or learn a new one. This helps students inculcate a sense of practice routine that fosters effective study habits and positive study attitude.

This is why each practice session on ScaffordLearn has been designed to take only about 10 minutes, and contains only 10 practice questions.

We call this the 10-10 Learning Method.

These questions are curated by the system’s AI, depending on the Subject, Topic, and knowledge level of the student at the point of login to the system.

Have more than 10 minutes a day to do more than 10 questions? Even faster will the climb be towards mastery.

Artificial-Intelligence-Enabled Adaptive Learning
(AI-AL) technology

Having learnt something at one point does not mean long term remembrance. This is due to the Law of Forgetfulness which states that one will forget about 75% of what he/she has learnt after one day.

ScaffoldLearn builds learning retention and near 100% long-term knowledge mastery.

Knowledge retention algorithm for
enhanced learning and retention

ScaffordLearn uses AI technology to track and adapt each student’s practice set according to his/her learning progress.

If the student does not understand or forgets a learning point, ScaffordLearn knows and uses a proprietary knowledge retention algorithm to remember skills that he/she is weak in. It will then appropriately space out the timeframe for revisiting these skills, until the student attains full mastery of the subject.

Upon subject mastery, AI technology builds continual learning reinforcement by enabling spaced learning which has been proven to slow down forgetting process and enhance information retention to achieve long-term memory.


ScaffoldLearn provides real time comprehensive report of student’s knowledge rung mastery, and progress updates on student’s learning. Student’s practice frequency, knowledge rung (KR) mastery level and topic progression are tracked and can be retrieved easily with a click. This encourages students as they see their mastery progression and gives them confidence in their learning achievements.

This information also helps students, parents and educators to monitor students’ weaker KR so that more attention can be placed on them for learning improvement.

Reports for students, parents and educators

Learn anytime, anywhere

ScaffoldLearn can be accessed via desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile phones with internet connection.
Use any devices to suit your preferences.

Pedagogy Backed by Research ScaffoldLearn teaching methods are backed by research.

Scaffolding in education is a reliable concept developed by researchers since 1976!

ScaffoldLearn learning strategies in the use of prior knowledge and bite size learning is supported by cognitive learning theories.

Prior knowledge makes it easier for learning new things because of how our brain works. During learning, we connect new learning to what we already know in our brains, hence bridging a connection between the old and new information, making learning easier and faster.

ScaffoldLearn stacks new knowledge onto existing knowledge. Over time, as more and more new knowledge and learning is gained, the student develops increasingly deeper and more complex understanding of the subject.

Cognitive Load Theory believes that our working memory can only hold a certain amount of information at once. If too much information is given at once, the mind will go into “cognitive overload’ which slows down or stops learning.

ScaffoldLearn works against cognitive overload by imparting small and manageable bite-size knowledge which makes learning easier and effective.

In ScaffoldLearn Mathematical syllabus, ScaffoldLearn utilises strategy in mathematical problem solving developed by researchers which has been proven to be successful even for students with mathematical learning disabilities.

Hence, ScaffoldLearn is suitable for any and every student.


Makes Learning retention easy

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