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Applying Cognitive Flexibility Theory to Adaptive Learning

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Author: Ashley Sweatt
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In this lesson, you will learn how the cognitive flexibility theory can be applied to adaptive learning.

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Overview

(00:00 - 00:15) Introduction

(00:16 - 00:35) What Will You Learn Today?

(00:36 - 01:37) What is the Cognitive Flexibility Theory?

(01:38 - 02:38) How does the Cognitive Flexibility Theory Support Adaptive Learning?

(02:40 - 03:42) What are Best Practices and Tips for Incorporating Adaptive Learning the Cognitive Flexibility Theory?

(03:43 - 04:49) What Did You Learn Today?

(04:50 - 05:22) Reflection

 

Additional Resources

Group Work and Collaborative Learning: Best Practices

This is a tip sheet from the University of Maryland for teachers on best practices of collaborative grouping strategies in the classroom. It provides a how-to at a glance for teachers interested in getting started with collaborative group work. Additionally, it provides strategies for designing the project and assessing the work.
http://www.gened.umd.edu/documents/GroupWork.pdf


Collaborative Group Work with the 1-3-6 Protocol

This video provides a simple to follow overview of the 1-3-6 Protocol to improve collaborative grouping. In this protocol, students work individually prior to working in their groups.
https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/1-3-6-protocol