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How Are Junction Courses Adaptive?
How Are Junction Courses Adaptive?
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Written by Vineet Madan
Updated over a week ago

Junction is on the Gates Foundation & EdSurge list of adaptive learning platforms with demonstrated efficacy and scalability.

Junction courses utilize cognitive and metacognitive evaluations as well as research-driven memory reinforcement and decay models to drive an adaptive overlay to your course. For instructors, this means that every student is using the same set of course materials making it easier to support them in their learning journey in your course. For students, you save time by being directed to the resources in the course that you should be reviewing - in addition to the current lesson and assignments identified by your instructor. But you don't just get a laundry list, you can see what resource types are available - videos, presentations, readings, flash cards, etc. - and can self-select what you'd like to use to study and learn.

For more on how we've been applying published research beyond adaptive learning, click on the button below to read our short write-up:

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