Live Twitter Chat – Adaptive Technology: A Revolution in Learning
Adaptive learning technology is causing a revolution in learning as we know it.
By personalizing learning for each student, adaptive is taking higher education by storm.
Join our live Twitter chat on adaptive learning technology featuring Dr. Ulrik Christensen (@juulchristensen), CEO of Area9 and the co-creator of several of McGraw-Hill Education’s adaptive learning tools, and Chris Dawson (@mrdatahs), education technology writer at ZDNet.
Ask questions and join the conversation by using the hashtag #adaptivechat
Continuing the Conversation on Adaptive Learning
On April 25, 2012, we hosted a live Twitter chat that brought together instructors and education technology enthusiasts from across the country to talk about adaptive learning technology and the impact it is having in higher education. Jay Chakrapani, McGraw-Hill Higher Education’s Vice President and General Manager of Digital, shared insights and data on this powerful new trend in his discussion with PolicyMic blogger Sehreen Noor Ali.
Chat participants discussed a wide range of topics related to adaptive learning, including:
• The relationship between adaptive learning technology and personalized learning
• The empirical evidence suggesting that adaptive technology can lead to improved student outcomes
• What is meant by the “gaming element” of adaptive technology
• How adaptive technology integrates with course content and instructor lecture
• Adaptive technology in the context of the flipped classroom model
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