Developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation is one of the main guidelines of Europe 2020 Strategy. The French institution Paris Sciences & Lettres presents its project launched in partnership with Domoscio.
As part of an event organized on 12th May 2017 by the General Directorate of Education of the French Ministry of Education, several companies including Domoscio were invited to present their expertise in terms of Artificial Intelligence in the field of education.
When starting a personalized learning project, schools are often overwhelmed with all the possibilities and approaches. In order to reimagine the classroom, schools have to choose the right partners.
For more than a decade, LMS vendors were one of the main EdTech market players in higher education, with a few leaders such as Blackboard and D2L. Today, some startups are reshaping the industry.
It starts with enthusiasm and it ends in attrition. When students decide to enroll in Massive Open Online Courses, the expectations are high, as well as the motivation. Yet, many students tend to drop out early and fail to complete the courses. But why is that the case? Here is how you can make your MOOC successful!
Behind all the adaptive learning babble, which was highly stimulated by the industry lately, there is more than just technology and science. Yes, it is about personalizing the learning paths according to each learner’s needs. However, its multifarious impacts root so much deeper than we always get to hear. Let me explain…
More Universities are investing in Adaptive Learning. Lately, Adaptive Learning has attracted 7 Universities in the United States which have now received a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation for a three-year project. Each of the seven Universities will receive $515,000 from the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities´ which is part of the Adaptive Courseware Grant Program.
The history of traditional teaching is rooting back thousands of years ago. Knowledge was accumulated and passed on from generation to generation for thousands of years until now. However, during the last decade, technology evolved at such a rapid pace that nowadays, e-learning platforms and other educational devices are said be able to replace teachers easily. But is that really true?
Different opinions on technology in education do exist. Some say it is the future, some harbor doubts about it. But what can technology in education actually do? And how shall we respond to it?