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Introduction to "Implementing Adaptive Learning to Meet the Diverse Needs of All Learners"

Introduction to "Implementing Adaptive Learning to Meet the Diverse Needs of All Learners"

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Author: Jody Waltman
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This lesson introduces the core learning objectives relative "Implementing Adaptive Learning Approaches to Meet the Diverse Needs of All Learners" .

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Welcome to the unit, Implementing Adaptive Learning Approaches to Meet the Diverse Needs of All Learners. Learning objectives in this unit include constructivism and cognitive flexibility theory and their relationships to adaptive learning, the role of the teacher in adaptive learning, adaptive learning management systems, and finally, using adaptive learning with English language learners, gifted and talented students, and students with disabilities.

The first learning objective is using constructivism and cognitive flexibility theory with adaptive learning technology. We'll begin these tutorials with a review of constructivism and cognitive flexibility theory. And we'll see the connections between these theories and adaptive learning. Finally, you'll learn some best practices and tips for implementing adaptive learning in a constructivist or cognitive flexibility theory environment.

The next learning objective is understanding the role of the teacher in adaptive learning. With an understanding of the theories of both constructivism and cognitive flexibility theory, we'll be able to analyze the role of the teacher in the adaptive learning classroom. We'll identify the elements of the teacher's role in an adaptive learning environment. And we'll review the teacher's role in a more traditional classroom environment. And finally, we'll compare the two models.

The third learning objective is to familiarize ourselves with adaptive learning management systems. After analyzing the role of the teacher in the adaptive learning classroom, especially in light of both constructivist and cognitive flexibility theories, we'll be ready to analyze the various components of these learning management systems to see how they might fit with the elements of constructivism or cognitive flexibility theory and to determine what the role of the teacher might be in the implementation of each of these systems.

We'll start by discussing how you can use any learning management system to promote adaptive learning in your classroom. And then we'll focus on the features of adaptive learning management systems and how they help us to meet the needs of a diverse student population. Finally, we'll examine one specific adaptive learning management system, Goalbook.

The final learning objective in this unit is using adaptive learning with special student populations. We'll apply what we learned about evaluating and implementing a learning management system, and we'll keep in mind what we've learned about the teacher's role in the adaptive learning environment and the elements of both constructivism and cognitive flexibility theory, as we think about how we might best meet the needs of these special groups of students.

We'll begin by examining the unique features of several special groups of students, English language learners, gifted and talented students, and students with disabilities. We'll discuss some of the challenges that are faced by these students, and we'll learn about the benefits of using adaptive learning technology with each of these special groups.

To recap, the learning objectives in this unit include constructivism and cognitive flexibility theory and their connections to adaptive learning technology, the role of the teacher in an adaptive learning environment, adaptive learning management systems, and finally, using adaptive learning technology with English language learners, gifted and talented students, and students with disabilities.

Welcome to the unit. I hope you'll join me in my other tutorials in implementing adaptive learning approaches to meet the diverse needs of all learners.

Notes on 'Introduction to "Implementing Adaptive Learning to Meet the Diverse Needs of All Learners'"

(00:00 - 00:29) Introduction

(00:30 - 00:56) Constructivism and Cognitive Flexibility Theory

(00:57 - 01:21) Teacher Role in Adaptive Learning

(01:22 - 02:11) Adaptive Learning Management Systems

(02:12 - 02:53) Special Student Populations

(02:54 - 03:25) Recap