Adaptive Learning 2019-01-04T05:55:25+00:00

Adaptive Algorithm

The adaptive algorithm watches each learner’s starting levels of knowledge, uncertainty, and misinformation and adjusts which areas they need to focus on. It cuts learning time in half (sometimes much more) by treating each learner as an individual with their own unique mix of pre-existing knowledge, misinformation, uncertainty, and information gaps. Adaptivity quickly determines what people have already mastered and does not waste their time trying to teach that information.

Personal Dashboard

The adaptive algorithm watches each learner’s starting levels of knowledge, uncertainty, and misinformation and adjusts which areas they need to focus on. It cuts learning time in half (sometimes much more) by treating each learner as an individual with their own unique mix of pre-existing knowledge, misinformation, uncertainty, and information gaps. Adaptivity quickly determines what people have already mastered and does not waste their time trying to teach that information.

Gap Finder

When Amplifire’s Gap Finder is deployed, then a learner can rapidly determine which topical areas they have already mastered and which areas need concentrated focus.

Intervention Emails

Intervention Emails These can be easily configured to provide learners just the right guidance at the right time. Intervention emails give learners a sense of of their strengths and weakness. They convey a sense of progress and accomplishment. Emailed reminders also help overcome the danger of forgetting to complete assignments, which will cause learners to fall behind their peers.

Smart Refreshers

Smart Refreshers Smart refreshers are seen in the learners Personal Dashboard. and taken weeks after the initial learning. They are based on an individual’s learning patterns identified during the initial Amplifire session. Smart Refreshers consist of only the questions on which a learner showed confidently held misinformation. Smart Refreshers can be very quick—only five or six minutes to complete. The best time for them is two to six weeks after the initial Amplifire session which is when any forgetting and regression will have occurred.