A recent report from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) recognizes Charles Sturt University (CSU) among the top four emerging leaders in engineering education.Read More
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Too often, advocates present technology-enabled teaching solutions – adaptive learning among them – as a silver bullet for educators. Yet when too much focus is placed on individual attributes such as adaptivity, other key functions and features that can positively impact student success are overlooked.Read More
For educators, one of the greatest benefits to Realizeit’s digital teaching and learning system is the in-depth visibility it provides into classroom and individual student learning. Discovering the multitude of ways faculty and administrators can benefit from these insights is part of the journey.Read More
Educators from four diverse institutions and organizations discuss what it takes to expand personalized learning programs beyond the pilot or experimentation stage.Read More
When it comes to exploring new, digitally driven teaching and learning solutions, the challenge for many institutions isn’t dipping their toes in and testing the waters – it’s taking the plunge to expand beyond piloting course-level implementations to fully immersing educators and learners in a new pedagogy for digital personalized learning.Read More
Implementing adaptive teaching and personalized learning at scale is achievable – and transformational, says Realizeit CEO Manoj Kulkarni.Read More
Andy Hepburn is Chief Innovation Officer for GPS Education Partners (GPS) in Wisconsin. This unique community-based educator provides outcomes-based training for manufacturing careers, working closely with employers and local high schools. As CIO, Mr. Hepburn has partnered with Realizeit to offer a personalized and adaptive learning experience for GPS’ 200 students throughout the state.
Annie Schultz is Director of Instructional Support at Herzing University, where she also teaches mathematics. She first piloted Realizeit in 2016, starting with a college algebra course before Herzing expanded the implementation to other courses and other subject domains.
Realizeit is now a core enabler for Herzing’s institutional transformation initiative. In this interview, Annie explains why Realizeit appealed to her in the first place—and how Herzing is
expanding its application.