Adaptive Courseware at Arizona State University

Wednesday, February 03 | 3:30PM–4:15PM | Texas Ballroom Foyer, Fourth Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
This poster session covers the first results of successful adaptive courseware pilots at Arizona State University, run as part of the Next Generation Courseware Challenge funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The pilots covered general education courses in Biology and US History. This case study will not only share how to get started with adaptive learning but also provides strong evidence of its positive effect on the learner experience. You will be able to explore how data and dashboards can enhance interaction and communication between faculty and students.

Outcomes: Understand an adaptive courseware implementation and how it impacts classroom or web-based teaching * Learn the changes faculty might expect to see in their students * Explore how information from the adaptive courseware informs faculty interactions with students


  • Dale Johnson

    Director of Adaptive Learning Initiatives, Arizona State University

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