Using Adaptive Learning in Class
Albeit less common, another remarkably effective use of adaptive learning is to incorporate it directly into the classroom.
You may ask, why have the instructor when you have participants working on their laptops studying independently in a classroom? Bloom’s research clearly showed that adjusting to learners’ needs in the classroom produced much better results.
It is nearly impossible for an instructor to meet the unique needs of three or four students, let alone 20 or 30. Instead of the instructor standing at the front of the room talking, participants engage with the cognitive content through a biological adaptive engine. The participants move at their own speed with the support they need, and the instructor is free to give focused assistance.