How can each learner design their own pathway?

posted Aug 13, 2015, 10:15 PM by Natalie Denmeade   [ updated Aug 14, 2015, 8:19 AM by Bodo Hoenen ]
The advantage of using a digital interface is the learner usage data  can be analysed by our adaptive engine to suggest learning pathways.  A large range of content is being created to appeal to a wide range of motivations. Like Amazon and google, the top suggestions can be ignored and learners could explore the world of learning their own way, and over time the engine will become better at guiding the child.  The engine is based on a radically unique open learning map (which you can find out more on here). It's radical and powerful because it’s open to educators and curriculum experts to add to, design learning paths for specific contexts and then validate its effectiveness. We expect this learning map to become The resource for educators needing to find the best way to provide the children they are teaching the personalized and adapted learning the child needs. And because all this analysis is being done in the open it will be available to benefit everyone, especially today's most underserved.