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Informing and performing: a study comparing adaptive learning to traditional learning

Posted on 28 Apr 2015 with 0 comments
Assessment online Digital literacy Pedagogy

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This study examines completion rates and exercise scores for students assigned adaptive learning exercises and compares them to completion rates and quiz scores for students assigned objective-type quizzes in a university digital literacy course. The research explores the hypothesis that adapting instruction to an individual’s learning style results in better learning outcomes.


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