Four Lessons on Adaptive Learning From the Frontline: How One Professor Is Improving Student Outcomes

In a recent case study, Dr. Erik Moody, an assistant professor of psychology at Marist College, explains how he incorporates adaptive learning into his classes to improve student outcomes. In the last three years, Moody has tested and adjusted different uses of the Acrobatiq platform in his Introduction to Psychology course to help his students learn and better retain information.

More importantly, he’s designed his course so that the members of his class — many of whom are freshmen — develop good study habits and begin to think critically about their own learning.

Based on three years of work to optimize his use of adaptive learning, Moody considers the following four tactics integral to his students’ continued growth and success:

1. Encourage students to think about how they learn

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