“Smart use of adaptive learning has to start with faculty-led planning and instructional design,” said Dawn Joyce, professor of communications at St. Petersburg College, in a prepared statement. “The Learning Design Starter Kit is an important resource because it gives faculty an opportunity to see how engaging adaptive learning technology is for students. Change is always intimidating, but the Learning Design Starter Kit helps faculty in this transitional phase by providing resources and support every step of the way.”
“With the toolkit, faculty will learn how to design online resources rooted in cutting-edge learning science, capture user data to evaluate student engagement, and create rich, interactive, and adaptive courseware,” according to a news release.
Features of the toolkit include:
- Resources on learning design;
- Adaptive lessons focused on planning and designing for each student;
- Case studies from faculty and instructional designers;
- The opportunity to create rich, adaptive and interactive courseware; and
- Other tools and support.”
Details about and access to the Learning Design Starter Kit is available here.