Why Developers of Adaptive-Learning Technologies Are Missing the Mark

Leading Scholar Says K-12 Companies Need Data, Cognitive Science to Develop Effective Products

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For a generation, Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh has been a leader in the field of adaptive-learning technology. At the head of that effort has been Ken Koedinger, a professor of human-computer interaction and a driving force behind such efforts as Cognitive Tutor–software now in use by half a million K-12 students–and LearnSphere,…

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