Adaptive Learning Technology: Who is Using It, Why, and How It’s Working


The use of adaptive learning in elementary education is taking hold across the US and Canada. The results from the first comprehensive Tech & Learning survey about kindergarten through Grade 12 are in, and the results are fascinating.  As online learning opportunities expand and blended learning models continue to evolve, it’s critical to ensure education remains student-centered and focused on key learning goals whether students are in the classroom or using technology.  Toward this end, the use of “adaptive” technology is increasing as a way to improve the differentiation and personalization of learning for each unique student.
 In the Blended Learning community’s latest webinar, participants learned about recent trends and different approaches to designing adaptive learning technology, including how digital experiences can empower students to think independently, receive specific feedback, and self-direct their learning.  Presenters Kevin Hogan of Tech & Learning and Dr. Tim Hudson of DreamBox Learning provided the latest research and discussed what the future may hold for adaptive learning technology in and out of the classroom.  Participants learned how adaptive learning technologies are being used to help schools and classrooms achieve rigorous learning outcomes and provide valid data of student progress and proficiency.

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