gotLearning Joins NVIDIA Inception Program

gotLearning is thrilled to be part of the prestigious Inception program, sponsored by NVIDIA. This virtual accelerator provides startups with valuable tools, resources, and expertise to develop cutting-edge AI and data science solutions. NVIDIA, a renowned provider of GPU technology, powers AI, machine learning, and data science applications. Through the Inception program, gotLearning gains access to NVIDIA’s deep learning expertise, state-of-the-art technology, and a supportive community of AI and data science professionals.

gotLearning is also proud to be a member of the NVIDIA Developer Program, a dynamic community of developers, researchers, and innovators who leverage NVIDIA technologies to create innovative solutions. As a member of this program, gotLearning will have access to NVIDIA’s latest hardware and software resources, including SDKs, libraries, and tools, along with comprehensive training and support from NVIDIA’s team of experts.

These programs mark a significant milestone for gotLearning, granting us access to cutting-edge technology and expertise that will accelerate the development of our AI tools. We are excited to work closely with NVIDIA and fellow members of these programs to shape the future of education.

At gotLearning, we firmly believe that safe and responsible AI can help schools and teachers meet the diverse needs of all learners. We eagerly anticipate training AI models to be ready to help teachers in regard to student learning.

Furthermore, we are excited to announce the launch of our first AI feedback tool, gotFeedback, available to use for free at This innovative tool empowers teachers to receive suggested feedback on student learning evidence. This moderated approach allows a safe and easy onramp for a teacher to try using AI in their classrooms.

gotFeedback Prompt Guide

To receive good useable feedback from gotFeedback, you need to create specific prompts. Using the “Seven Keys to Effective Feedback by Grant Wiggins, we have put together advice on how to create effective prompts for gotFeedback to provide the desired feedback you want.

  1. Goal referenced: Your gotFeedback prompts should always be tied to specific learning objectives or goals for your students. This means that you need to identify the learning outcomes you want to achieve from the writing task and the specific skills you want to assess. For example, if you’re teaching persuasive writing, you might want to focus on the students’ ability to create a clear thesis statement and use evidence to support their arguments.
  2. Tangible and transparent: Your prompts should be specific and clear enough that students know exactly what you’re asking them to do. Instead of asking gotFeedback for “general feedback,” consider using prompts that ask for specific feedback on a particular aspect of the writing, such as “Please provide feedback on the organization of the essay.”
  3. Actionable: Your prompts should give students concrete suggestions for how to improve their writing. For example, instead of saying “This paragraph needs work,” provide specific feedback like “Consider adding a topic sentence to introduce the main idea of the paragraph.”
  4. User-friendly: Your prompts should be written in language that is appropriate for your students’ age and skill level. Use simple, clear language and avoid jargon or overly technical terms that might confuse your students.
  5. Timely: Provide feedback promptly, ideally within 24-48 hours of receiving the writing assignment. This will help students remember what they were trying to accomplish and be more receptive to feedback. Using a platform that is student-centered helps immensely. 
  6. Ongoing: Feedback should be an ongoing process throughout the writing process, not just at the end. Consider asking for feedback at various stages of the writing process, such as before drafting, after drafting, and before finalizing the writing.
  7. Consistent: Use consistent prompts and criteria for feedback across all students to ensure fairness and reliability. Consider creating a rubric or checklist to help you and your students stay on track.