Re-post of our 2016 article from EDUCAUSE Review framing personalized learning as family of teaching practices that are intended to help reach students in the metaphorical back row.
The "Pedagogy" category covers the craft and science of teaching, particularly with technology.
At the Realizeit users conference, we interviewed Ole Miss and UCF, who both described their experiences gaining greater visibility into student learning when using courseware.
Description in EdWeek about the ‘engineering model’ of personalized learning shows one side of a battle, and the antidote is improving teaching practices
At the Realizeit users conference, we interviewed APUS and Bay Path University about their experiences deploying adaptive courseware at scale.
A guest post by Carnegie Mellon researchers gives us more perspective and follow-up information on a study about faculty reluctance to adopt “innovative” teaching practices.
Want to understand “brain science” and “machine learning” better? Maybe? Give it a try with this post and see how you like it. You may be surprised at how accessible and relevant it can be.
A think piece on thinking from Mike Caulfield. You read him regularly like we do, right?