Tag Archives: personalized learning

Cool Tool | Beijing Math

Is the Chinese approach to math the secret to better understanding and test scores for U.S. students? It’s no secret that Chinese students routinely outperform students in other countries on standardized tests. But what’s the difference? Is it curriculum? Parental involvement? … Continue reading

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One Size Fits

Personalized learning as part of your learning genome. GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Peddle “Education shouldn’t be one-size-fits-all, it should be one-size-fits-one.” -Brian Peddle There is extensive evidence that demonstrates traditional education is not adequately preparing our students for successful … Continue reading

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System Change

The three edtech trends supporting transformative learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Jon Phillips With another school year in our midst, teachers and administrators have high expectations for the role of new technology in their classrooms. At the same time, there … Continue reading

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Getting Personal

The role of personalization in online learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Jason Wright Classroom education has come a long way from one-room schoolhouses and chalkboards, largely due to evolving technology. This change is continuing to transform education with advances in … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Woot Math

In the Spring of 2014, with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), researchers conducted a multi-site randomized controlled trial that studied several forms of software-based adaptivity and demonstrated that Woot Math’s adaptivity contributed significant effects in learning and retention. In … Continue reading

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