Adaptive learning systems personalize instruction to students’ individual learning needs and abilities. Such systems have shown positive impacts on learning. Many schools in the United States have adopted adaptive learning systems, and the rate of adoption in China is accelerating, reaching almost 2 million unique users for one product alone in the past 3 years.
Regional Educational Laboratory Appalachia convened representatives for a workshop to discuss how educators and researchers are addressing the development and measurement of career readiness.
Working Stronger and Smarter: A Handbook on Theory and Techniques for Developing Employability Skills for Technicians
This exploratory study conducted a set of in-depth interviews with technician workforce experts over 18 months.
This is a poster presented at the 4th annual Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace principal investigators’ meeting.
This brief takes a close look at grit, tenacity, and perseverance, factors that underlie the tendency to strive for success at long-term and higher-order goals and to persist in the face of challenges, obstacles, and setbacks.
This primer is an overview of the early state of data science education in grades K-12.
To address the urgent need to improve student outcomes in developmental and general education courses, higher education institutions are turning to new learning technologies.
Empowering Adults to Thrive at Work: Personal Success Skills for 21st Century Jobs. A Report on Promising Research and Practice
From interviews with experts and a review of research literature, the report provides resources and recommendations to advance practice, research, and policy.
This fourth report proposes ten innovations that are already in currency and are having an increasing effect on education. We proposed a long list of new educational terms, theories, and practices.