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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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OSU Panel Discussion: Faculty experience with adaptive learning for Intro to Psychology course

By Phil HillMore Posts (452) In Spring 2016, faculty, support staff and administrators at Oregon State University met to candidly share their experiences with adaptive learning technology. I shared two different videos from the event at EdSurge in this article … Continue reading

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Marketing Claims From Adaptive Learning Vendors As Barrier To Adoption

By Phil HillMore Posts (452) In Spring 2016, faculty, support staff and administrators at Oregon State University met to candidly share their experiences with adaptive learning technology.  I shared two different videos from the event at EdSurge in this article. … Continue reading

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Student Course Evaluations and Impact on Active Learning

By Phil HillMore Posts (452) The Chronicle has an article out today, “Can the Student Course Evaluation Be Redeemed?”, that rightly points out how student course evaluations are often counter-productive to improving teaching and learning. The article refers to a Stanford … Continue reading

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New Column At EdSurge

By Phil HillMore Posts (452) Starting today, Michael and I are publishing a three-post series on personalized learning at EdSurge. Depending on how that goes, we could end up providing a regular column there. The first post today is titled “Why … Continue reading

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