Tag Archives: adaptive learning

Chan/Zuckerberg: The “Tech” is not the Hard Part in “Ed Tech”

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1093) Phil and I were recently interviewed by KQED’s Sarah Tan for a story about the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s Summit platform. As often happens when our comments are just one bit of a larger story—particularly when we … Continue reading

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Vendor Roles in Fostering Educational Literacies

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1093) In my last post, I talked about the need for educators in general and faculty in particular to develop literacy around data and analytics. But it’s really broader than that. Back when college was intended for a … Continue reading

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Teaching Using Adaptive Learning

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1093) The entire six-part interview series with McGraw-Hill Education’s adaptive learning experts is now up on YouTube. (Full disclosure: In the months between the filming and the publication of these videos, McGraw-Hill became a client of MindWires.) … Continue reading

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McGraw-Hill Education’s Perspective on Adaptive Learning

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1093) Last spring, I had the opportunity to interview some of the top folks on McGraw-Hill Education’s (MHE’s) digital team to get their view on adaptive learning. Between ALEKS, LearnSmart, and SmartBooks, they have the developed … Continue reading

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Explainer Video on Flipped Class, Learning Analytics, and Adaptive Learning

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1093) We now have the second of our personalized learning explainer videos out. As a reminder, here’s the first one, which reframes personalized learning as a set of approaches for addressing the teaching problems of reaching … Continue reading

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