An Adaptive Algorithm for K-12 Science Shows Promising Results

Adaptive algorithms designed for the education process tend to generate mixed results. While applications teaching languages, math, and early literacy have shown promising results, other areas tend to be ill-suited for teacher bots. A team of Dutch education researchers, however, recently ventured into relatively unexplored terrain. Led by Karel Kroeze of the University of Twente, […] The post An Adaptive Algorithm for K-12 Science Shows Promising Results appeared first on eLearningInside News.

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