Tag Archives: personalized learning

Making the Grade

How personalized education practices can empower the next generation of students. GUEST COLUMN | by Richard Brown With all of the next-age consumer gadgets unveiled at the latest technology conferences, stories of the changing retail landscape and ever-advancing practices in … Continue reading

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EdTech’s Next Phase

Empowering teachers to achieve learning success. GUEST COLUMN | by Crystal Hutter Edtech is on fire. So much buzz, so much energy (investment and otherwise), so many ideas, and one of the last sectors to be fundamentally transformed by technology. … Continue reading

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Igniting a Desire2Learn

John Baker keeps the fires of learning burning with an integrated learning platform.    INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero At the age of twenty-two, while attending the University of Waterloo as a Systems Design Engineering student, John Baker had it … Continue reading

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Shifting Minds

Why students don’t like school (and what adaptive learning can do about it). GUEST COLUMN | by Christina Yu Ask students why they don’t like school, and you’ll get several answers: it’s “hard,” “boring,” “disconnected from reality” or “only for … Continue reading

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Personalized Education

The how and why of an education model that truly helps students. GUEST COLUMN | by Shawn Bay Recently there has been a great deal of positive hype about transforming the education model into one that equips each student with … Continue reading

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Bring Back The Joy Of Learning

 Implementing competency-based education and personalized learning.    GUEST COLUMN | by Fred Hurst Every student has taken a class that was easy, either because the material was easily understood or they already knew it. Every individual has different capabilities and … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Adapt Courseware

Going beyond the static reading and multiple choice assessments found in much adaptive curriculum today, Adapt Courseware personalizes the learning experience for each student with dynamic, animated lectures and hands-on, digital multimedia interactives. With content specifically designed for adaptive, multimedia … Continue reading

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Smart ALEKS

An in-depth look at a Web-based learning and assessment program like no other INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Imagine a Web-based learning assistant that provides students with individualized and highly-targeted instruction in a variety of subjects. By assessing a student’s … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: How Can Data Mining and Analytics Enhance Education?

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Trends | Infographic: The Digital Promise

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Trends | iNACOL Standards Revised to Personalize Learning

Barbara Treacy from the Education Development Center (EDC) and Sara Baltunis and Connie Swiderski from the Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN) took the lead in refreshing the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) National Standards for Quality Online Courses, … Continue reading

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Interview | Rohit Agarwal and Andrew Joseph: Getting TenMarks

The U.S. is behind most economically developed nations when it comes to students’ math skills, ranked 34th according to a PISA report in 2009. “In order for the U.S. to maintain global competitiveness, and for our economic development, it’s critical that … Continue reading

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