ADAPTIVE LEARNING INFLUENCE IN EDUCATION
Keywords:education, educational outcomes, educational technology, adaptive learning.
AbstractIn the field of education, and special, in the field of educational technology the term â€œadaptive learningâ€ is now consecrated like one of its many aliases: adaptive instruction, adaptive hypermedia, computer-based learning, intelligent tutoring systems, computer-based pedagogical agentsâ€¦At the most basic level, adaptive learning is the notion that computers and their software can improve educational outcomes. So, can we say that has the potential to revolutionize education?
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