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Getting It Right: Fostering Adaptive Learners, Not Curriculum
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Data & Analytics Summit 2016 - September 22, 2016
Professor and Executive Director of the Learning Innovation and Networked Knowledge Research Lab
University of Texas, Arlington
Data and analytics provide new opportunities for teachers and trainers to improve learning. A key development over the past few years relates to adaptive and personalized learning. Recent reports by foundations, companies, and government agencies suggest that adaptive learning is an important model for the future of learning.
To date, much of the focus has been on creating adaptive content, but that tells only part of the story. In this session, you will focus on the need to create adaptive learners—individuals who are able to self-regulate, set personal goals, select learning strategies, and monitor progress. You will explore this growing need and examine strategies for supporting adaptive learners.
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