Tag Archives: personalized learning

EdTech’s Next Phase

Empowering teachers to achieve learning success. GUEST COLUMN | by Crystal Hutter Edtech is on fire. So much buzz, so much energy (investment and otherwise), so many ideas, and one of the last sectors to be fundamentally transformed by technology. … Continue reading

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Igniting a Desire2Learn

John Baker keeps the fires of learning burning with an integrated learning platform.    INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero At the age of twenty-two, while attending the University of Waterloo as a Systems Design Engineering student, John Baker had it … Continue reading

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Shifting Minds

Why students don’t like school (and what adaptive learning can do about it). GUEST COLUMN | by Christina Yu Ask students why they don’t like school, and you’ll get several answers: it’s “hard,” “boring,” “disconnected from reality” or “only for … Continue reading

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Personalized Education

The how and why of an education model that truly helps students. GUEST COLUMN | by Shawn Bay Recently there has been a great deal of positive hype about transforming the education model into one that equips each student with … Continue reading

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Bring Back The Joy Of Learning

 Implementing competency-based education and personalized learning.    GUEST COLUMN | by Fred Hurst Every student has taken a class that was easy, either because the material was easily understood or they already knew it. Every individual has different capabilities and … Continue reading

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