Personalised learning embraces small data


The Innovation Academy in Sunrise, Arizona, is experimenting with offering 90 sixth through eighth-graders self-paced computerised lessons that generate data four teachers can use to monitor their progress, spot students who need help, and develop small-group activities. Key to the programme is "little data" that helps students understand their strengths and weaknesses and develop personalised learning plans. The Dysart district, where Sunrise is located, hoipes to expand the programme to all its schools.

Article: Personalised learning embraces small data

Publication: Wired

Writer: Jamie Martines (The Hechinger Report)


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