As a blended learning coach, I spend time in classrooms where teachers use adaptive software to provide students with personalized math practice. Often a station rotation lesson for math is composed of:
- a teacher-led station for direct instruction and modeling.
- an online station at which students work with an adaptive math software program, like Aleks, IXL, or Dreambox.
- an offline station where kids work offline to practice problems on a worksheet.
I know that “personalization” is a hot topic in education right now and adaptive programs are a great way to provide…
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