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Use Case

Personalized Adaptive Learning





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Potential Benefits of this Product

For learners:

  • There are varied types of content for the learners to choose from and engage with in the app. This consists of stories that the learners can see, hear or watch, news that is updated daily and quizzes to build their language skills.
  • Learners will likely be motivated to engage with the content on a regular basis by the streak points that the product provides for engaging every day.
  • Learners can learn at their own pace and can easily navigate to any part of the product.
  • The presence of a leaderboard can help learners understand their relative position among the players and enhance asynchronous competition.
  • A personalised progress bar conveys the mastery of each skill for the particular grade. For Grades 1-2, learners can see their mastery in Vocabulary, Phonics, Comprehension, Alphabetic Principle and Phonemic Awareness.

For parents:

  • Parents can easily interpret information about the performance of the learner. In the profile section of the application they can get a summary of activity done by the learner on the app, skill wise performance, total reading time, stories read, activities done and ‘freados’(points awarded to learners) completed.
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Potential Limitations of this Product

Learners will likely face the following issues:

  • There are limited scaffolds to help the learners to get out of a difficult situation or when they are stuck in a question.
  • The operationalisation of adaptivity in the Story section (which is visualised as adaptive) is not done effectively which could hamper the learner’s ability to engage with the level-specific content.
  • With the exception of quizzes, there is no way for a learner to retake an assessment question if they don’t get it right the first time.
  • The feedback provided is not sufficiently constructive. Besides the correct response, there is no scope for the learners to understand how to recover from the error.
  • Explicit instructions to address language skills are missing in the product.
  • The product does not cater to learners with special needs.

Parents will likely face the following issues:

  • Parents might find it difficult on how to use and integrate the various offerings of the product to enhance the learning process.
  • Parents might find it challenging to suggest the next content based on the child’s performance since the product lacks adequate features of adaptivity.

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