Listen: Adaptive Learning from Kindergarten to College with Graham Glass of CYPHER LEARNING

 

Have you heard of the phrase, “Stage, not age?” For higher education, it makes a lot of sense. Your age or year at university doesn’t matter when enrolling in a course; what matters is that you’ve passed the prerequisites.

But what would our education system look like if this style of personalized learning were adapted by elementary and secondary schools? In today’s episode, Graham Glass, CEO and founder of CYPHER LEARNING, discusses the technology that could make this type of adaptive, automated classroom learning the standard.

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