Discussing The Benefits And Challenges Of Adaptive Learning And Education Apps

| January 19, 2019

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Adaptive learning works on a simple and yet equally important concept: the coursework should progress in coherence with a student’s learning capabilities. Imparting education through online media is a common practice now, and the introduction of machine learning and Artificial Intelligence has made a drastic transformation in the way a student can learn and develop. Adaptive learning proves to be a useful tool in eLearning because it focuses on learning the learner and progressing according to an individual student.eLearning industry relies on computerized adaptive tests (CATs), where the difficulty of a question depends on how a student answered the previous question. In simple words, a right answer will progress to a tougher question and a wrong answer will be followed by an easier one.

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