We know when you bring software into the classroom, it needs to work. It needs to be efficient, reliable and–most importantly–meaningful to students. It also needs to be introduced seamlessly into your current course structure in order to enhance the learning experience.

Hawkes Learning provides the tools you need to customize your course content and get the most out of your courseware. We understand you depend on our reliability, so we work hard to maintain an unmatched uptime.


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Want to see more? Request an examination copy for adoption consideration.

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Instructor Videos

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Check out instructional videos for all of our course offerings. These videos are led by instructors and break down lessons easily for students.


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Case Studies

Hawkes instructors have lots to say, and many of them are more than happy to share their experience with you via phone or email. Sometimes, though, data speaks volumes. Read about successful software implementation in schools across the country.

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The Hawkes software provides an ideal environment where students can practice the new skills they are learning until they really have them mastered, getting immediate feedback on the mistakes that they make as they work.

Dr. Tristan Denley, NCAT (National Center for Academic Transformation) Redesign Scholar