Personalised and adaptive learning are not necessarily new terms, dating back to the 1960s and 1970s respectively, but even today there is no blanket definition for either, meaning the line drawn between the two can often be blurred
Charlie Lecuyer, learning technologist at Basingstoke College of Technology, explains how an AI system has improved learning for maths, English resit students
Leeds City College's Joseph Priestley Centre supports over 440 students, and tutor David Gemlo-Duston credits the use of tech with aiding this support
Scott N. Romaniuk, University of Trento, discusses adaptive learning tech, and how it can be successfully implemented both in and out of the classroom
Sponsored: Conor Flynn, COO of Adaptemy, lists the biggest trends driving personalised learning forward into 2018
#102 - what role does the student, teacher, and software play in the implementation of personalised learning?
How managing the student lifecycle can deliver a personalised learning experience and hook students into admissions earlier
The charity is working with the Museum of Science and Industry, inviting Manchester schools to explore future of robotics
Graham Glass, CEO of Cypher Learning, talks tech and how to use it to put students at the centre of the education system
Yasmin Celik, from Chaucer School, explains how every pupil is given the chance to succeed academically as an individual
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