Arizona State Accelerates Progress With Adaptive Active Courses

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Tom Vander Ark, Forbes

Work on student engagement began in earnest at Arizona State University in 2007. Advisory services were improved. More data was collected and used to improve student supports. Retention rates climbed from 60% to 85%. To reach a goal of around 90% retention, Vice Provost Arthur Blakemore knew they’d have to get at the heart of learner experience. He launched an adaptive learning initiative and, beginning in 2011, ASU incorporated adaptive software into introductory math courses. After several iterations, the math team selected ALEKS from McGraw Hill. Rather than in content delivery, faculty work in a problem-solving role. Students that need more time to complete a course can stretch their enrollment over a second semester.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanderark/2019/03/21/arizona-state-accelerates-progress-with-adaptive-active-courses/#5214563f65d5

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