National Science Foundation funded research project on “big data analytics driven adaptive learning for STEM education” is inviting participation of school systems for field trials.
Under this project, 10 selected high schools will be offered use of the innovative adaptive learning platform for improving learning outcome for STEM students at no cost.
In previous field trials,
Students have reported that receiving real-time assessment feedback and further instruction in their preferred learning style significantly improved their comprehension.
- Students progressed through the activities at their own pace without fear of peer judgement on their performance.
- Instructors received learner analytics, both for each individual student and for entire classes, that assisted with tweaking their lectures to improve learning outcome.
Using intellADAPT will take no more faculty time than the usual class preparation. Faculty participation will include attendance at a 1-hour online webinar in September to train on the intellADAPT technology and attendance at 1-2 optional conference calls of all instructors in this study to discuss experiences and trade ideas. No travel, no lengthy surveys, only sharing thoughts and experiences with other instructors.
Intrigued? Contact Dr. Sharyn Hardy for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.