Collaborating with Faculty on Designing with Adaptive Courseware: An Instructional Design Perspective

In partnership with Every Learner Everywhere

November 17, 2021

2:00 p.m. ET

Adaptive learning courseware can help educators create personalized learning pathways that meet the diverse needs of their students, but it can also create new challenges in course design:

  • How can educators bridge their instruction with their students’ adaptive learning courseware experience?
  • How can educators effectively analyze learning analytics data to inform their teaching?
  • How can educators help students understand how this teaching approach gives them a personalized learning experience that places them at the center of their learning?

This webinar, in partnerwhip with the Every Learner Everywhere Network, invites instructional designers, technologists, and faculty developers to practice consultation approaches by exploring a case study and applying sets of strategies presented. Participants will practice choose appropriate guiding questions that ensure alignment of course instruction with adaptive content. They will also examine typical data points available on an adaptive courseware dashboard to encourage data-driven instruction and consider methods for effectively onboarding students.

Facilitators:

  • Kevin Dranuski, M.Ed. Senior Instructional Designer, Center for Learning Excellence (CLE), Cuyahoga Community College
  • Sarah Goode, Instructional Technologist, Center for Learning Excellence (CLE), Cuyahoga Community College
  • Susan Adams, M.Ed. Associate Director of Teaching and Learning, Achieving the Dream

Time: 2:00 p.m. ET

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