Artificial Intelligence Based Learning Tools: How Adaptive Learning at Emory University Transformed Student Engagement and Pre-course Preparation
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Artificial Intelligence Based Learning Tools: How Adaptive Learning at Emory University Transformed Student Engagement and Pre-course Preparation

November 16, 2017

8:00 a.m. PST / 11:00 a.m. EST / 16:00 GMT / 17:00 CET

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Overview

 

This webinar will showcase how Emory University used adaptive learning tools in general chemistry courses. They used a web-based learning assistant called ALEKS that assessed each student's current chemistry knowledge and delivered only the topics that each student was ready to learn. With this type of personalized instruction, educators at Emory were able to support flipped classrooms in summer preparatory classes as well as in regular semester courses. The webinar will discuss course design, student performance data, and student feedback. It will also provide tips and suggestions for faculty considering adaptive learning solutions.

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Key Learning Objectives:

 

• What adaptive learning is and how it works from a student and faculty perspective

• How adaptive learning can be used to support incoming students

• How artificial intelligence can be used to support a flipped classroom

Who Should Attend:

 

• Educators (college and highschool)

• Department Heads

• University Administrators

 

Speaker

 
Douglas R. Mulford, Ph.D.,
Senior Lecturer of Chemistry
Emory University
 

Moderator

 
Alane Lim,
Contributing Writer,
C&EN BrandLab
 

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