ThinkFWD – Broken Promise?

On February 11th, 2015 intellADAPT’s founder, Dr. Nish Sonwalkar, spoke at ThinkFWD’s quarterly speaker series. Dr. Nish joined Lani Guinier, Dr. Nancy Hoffman and Dr. Vijay Kumar, in discussing higher education through the lenses of technology and politics.

“Institutions of higher education have been described as “great equalizers,” giving Americans from all backgrounds a chance at social and economic mobility. But today, many argue that colleges are sharpening class divides rather than blurring them. How can we ensure that higher ed is a springboard for opportunity? And how can we create career pathways so students from diverse backgrounds can break into high growth industries like the technology sector?”

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MITEF “Women in Education: The Role of EdTech”

“Last Friday afternoon the MITEF Cambridge hosted a discussion between MIT Institute Professor Dr. Mildred Dresselhaus and Assistant Secretary of Education, Dr. Johan E. Uvin, that was moderated by Dr. Nish Sonwalkar, Founder and CEO of intellADAPT and formerly the Director of the Hypermedia Teaching Facility and Principal Educational Architect at MIT. The subject? The status of women in science and engineering and what can be done to encourage more girls and young women to go into these careers.”

Original article by: Randall Gronk

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The Genesis of Adaptive 2.0 Learning Technology

Adaptive learning has a different meaning and/or understanding in the context of teaching and/or learning.

intellADAPT is a company that has pioneered Adaptive 2.0 learning technology for the next generation of learners, educators and digital course creators. The founder of intellADAPT, Dr. Nishikant Sonwalkar, has revolutionized online-learning (self-paced and blended) with Adaptive 2.0’s strong emphasis on pedagogy, strategy, real-time feedback and learner analytics. Based on years of research at MIT, Dr. Sonwalkar developed the framework, the learning cube, which is the basis of Adaptive 2.0 learning technology.

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