At the Realizeit users conference, we interviewed company executives as they focus more on faculty enablement rather than the “adaptive learning” silver bullet, despite popular labels.
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.
At the Realizeit users conference, we interviewed APUS and Bay Path University about their experiences deploying adaptive courseware at scale.
Sunday’s post highlighted two segments of students describing their experiences with re-designed courses, but we also need to hear directly from faculty. Too often the public discussion of technology-enabled initiatives focus on the technology itself, often assuming that the faculty involved are bystanders or technophiles.
Triggered by Friday’s article on e-Literate TV, there have been some very interesting conversations both in the Chronicle comment thread and on the e-Literate TV site. The most, um, intense conversations have centered on the application of self-regulated learning (SRL) in combination with adaptive software (ALEKS) to redesign a remedial math course at Essex County […]