A Case Study: Using Data-Driven Online Courseware to Optimize Teaching and Learning
HOW A UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT PROFESSOR FOUND SUCCESS WITH ONLINE COURSEWARE FOR INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
Realizing today’s students are looking for a more efficient, interactive and engaging learning experience than traditional textbooks can support, a University of Vermont professor decided to take a different approach — one that incorporates recent research about how students learn and adaptive learning technology. Students report a preference for the interactive learning environment that focuses study time and the cost savings over traditional print textbooks.
Learn about the UVM professor's journey with...
Using timely data to inform timely teaching
Understanding learning science behind the learning analytics
Adjusting to and implementing online courseware
Improving and expanding how he uses courseware
Now with three semesters using the courseware under his belt, the professor says he has found it to be better for his course on several points: "Given the quality of the content, the efficacy of it as a learning tool, and the cost to students, you just can't beat it."
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