How Adaptive Learning is Getting Smarter and Paying Off in Better Student Outcomes

Teaching to the Way Students Learn: How Cognitive Science and Adaptive Learning Are Combining to Influence Classroom Practices

Improving the personalized learning experience

Learn about the implications of the latest research in cognitive and learning science for classroom practices. By moving toward a learner-centered approach, supported with technology that enables personalized learning experiences, students are more likely to engage and take more ownership for their success.

The brief discusses:

  • The seven principles of learning and memory, and how they can be applied in today’s classrooms.
  • How personalized learning technology can provide targeted feedback and interactive activities to students while allowing instructors to fill in gaps in the course where students may be struggling.
  • How to overcome faculty resistance to the flipped classroom model by including them in the learning research process.

Read the full brief to learn more!