Personalized and adaptive learning: educational practice and technological impact

Translated title of the contribution: Personalized and adaptive learning: educational practice and technological impact

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Abstract

Education Technology advances many aspects of learning. More and more learning is taking place online. Learners’ learning behaviors, style, and performance can be easily profiled through learning analytics which collects their online learning footage. It enables and encourages educational research, learning software application development, and online education practices towards personalized and adaptive learning. As we continue to see personalized and adaptive learning progress, we must also pay attention to the negative impacts that feed into our research. In this paper, we will present our introspection of personalized and adaptive learning and argue that it is the social and moral responsibility of educators and institutions to apply personalized and adaptive learning wisely in their education practice. Educators and institutions should also recognize the realistic diversities of individual students’ learning styles and variable learning progress, contextually dependent learning accessibility, and their correspondent support needs for the fine-grained learning activities. We argue that the strategically balanced practices and innovated learning technology are crucial towards an optimized learning experience for the learners.

Translated title of the contributionPersonalized and adaptive learning: educational practice and technological impact
Original languageEnglish
Article number33445
JournalTexto Livre
Volume14
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 4 Jul. 2021

Keywords

  • Adaptive learning
  • Learning barriers
  • Personalized learning
  • Social responsibility

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