What every adaptive learning system should have
MAY 11, 2017
Teachers have long recognized that their students learn at different rates, and in different ways. Recall the frustration of a gifted student who had learned a concept through their own reading, needing to curtail their enthusiasm during a particular lesson while the rest of the class caught up. In the hurly burly of a class, the subtleties of who is chomping at the bit to learn more and who is struggling may not always be that obvious. Quick adaptation.