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Best Practices in Launching a QM Initiative
Design Adaptive Learning with QM Standards -- Alignment Is Key!
Yaping Gao, Associate Dean, Online Instructional Services, Broward College Online
Dr Yaping Gao has over 20 years experience in higher education both in China and USA as faculty, instructional designer and administrator, 15 years of which in online education and instructional technology. Yaping currently serves as Associate Dean of Online Instructional Services at Broward College Online in Ft Lauderdale, FL.
Mark Brodsky, CEO, Adapt Courseware
Don Walsh, Solution Manager-Data, Desire to Learn
Description
Adaptive learning is technology-enabled, data-driven, and student-centered. What does this mean for the QM Rubric? What role can QM's research-based Standards play in the design and facilitation of next-generation online learning? The presenter(s) will demo an easy-to-use adaptive learning platform, and use examples to illustrate and highlight the importance and relevance of applying the alignment principle of the QM Rubric to designing online and blended courses that focus on adaptive and personalized learning.
Learning Objectives
Define adaptive learning and describe the main elements of an adaptive learning platform.
Explain the alignment principle of the QM Rubric.
Apply the alignment principle of the QM Rubric to designing online and blended courses that focus on adaptive learning.
Audience: Faculty 
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Audience: Administrator
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Audience: Instructional Designer
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