Although a bit of a stretch, this post was inspired by the following blog post, which talks about the Facebook API in terms of learning styles. If you’re interested in such things, you are probably also aware of learning record stores and things like the Tin Can API. You need these things if you’re supporting e-learning across devices, for example…
Really, though, I was looking for information like the following nice rendering from Andrew Chua:
There’s a lot of hype in e-learning about what it means to “personalize” learning. You hear people say that their engagements (or recommendations for same) take into account individuals’ learning styles. Well…
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We are working on educational technology. That is, technology to assist in education. More specifically, we are developing software that helps people learn. There are many types of such software. We are most immediately focused on two such types.
- adaptive educational technology for personalized learning
- cognitive tutors
The term “adaptive” with regard to educational technology has various interpretations. Educational technology that adapts to individuals in any of various ways is the most common interpretation of adaptive educational technology. This interpretation is a form of personalized learning. Personalized learning is often considered a more general term which includes human tutors who adapt how they engage with and educate learners. In the context of educational technology, these senses of adaptive and personalized learning are synonymous. Continue reading “Electronically enhanced learning”