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More Itâs Time Teachers Reclaimed âPersonalized Learningâ in the Name of Equity × × Opinion | Itâs Time Teachers Reclaimed âPersonalized Learningâ in the Name of Equity By Feb 13, 2019 Many believe that for learning to be personal, . But over-individualization can be isolating when we over-rely on digital programs that individualize curriculum and unintentionally track learners. Whatâs more, it strips students of their agency and autonomy and strips learning of curiosity and serendipity.
EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement Using Design Thinking to Enable Student Success and Build Community Authors: by , and Published: Thursday, December 20, 2018 Columns: How can institutions enable student success when students depend on support services that aren't seamlessly organized? The University of Miami answered this question by developing a new Learning Commons using design thinking. Credit: adike / Shutterstock © 2018 In higher education, student success depends on the effectiveness of a wide variety of support services.
EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement Adaptive Learning Technologies: Preparing Students through Personalized Content Authors: by Published: Thursday, December 6, 2018 Columns: The annual NMC Higher Education Horizon Report is a recognized resource that explores emergent areas likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry. Three projects featured in this year's report illustrate how adaptive learning technologies can increase student learning and success. Credit: Cherries / Shutterstock © 2018 If college courses and related material could be more dynamic and responsive, how could those resources impact students' learning outcomes? With adaptive learning technologies, options for personalizing content and educational experiences in new ways are being explored in a variety of disciplines and contexts.
Menu MoodleNet testing: Day 13 update February 12, 2019February 12, 2019 1 Minute Update: Check out showing the changes we’ve made! Yesterday, we made our first major update to the version of MoodleNet currently undergoing initial testing. Not only did this update alter the look and feel of the interface, but it also added some useful new functionality and fixed some bugs reported by users via . Functionality added UI tweaks Bug fixes Next week, we’re aiming to add collection-level discussions, featured collections, and basic user profiles.