When it comes to buzzwords you don’t get much bigger than ‘big data’. Here are a few notes that might help us navigate the topic …
Where are we going with Adaptive Learning and ELT? I’m a little worried we might be mapping our path before we’ve seen it. So here are 5 assumptions I’ve identified from our posts on the subject so far, and my thoughts on each.
Part 2 of a 2-part post from English360 CEO, Cleve Miller.
The value of open platforms in blended learning is not really about what happens online, it’s about what happens in the classroom …
Part 1 of a 2-part post from English360 CEO, Cleve Miller.
The debate over adaptive learning at eltjam, Philip Kerr’s blog, and Nicola Prentis’ Simple English has been both fascinating and instructive. It’s a fun topic because it involves our core beliefs regarding language acquisition, effective teaching, and the roles that technology can play. That said, I can’t help but feel that in some respects we’re thinking about adaptive learning in a limited way.
We don’t know if Adaptive Learning will work for students. We use methods that don’t work for everyone already.