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Learning Paths, also called Adaptive Release in US Merged

A teacher could create a simple linear path and just prevent students from moving on until mastery is met or the ability to create multiple paths. 

It will be important to have the ability to leave instructions for students if mastery is not met.  i.e.: Please review the previous material or complete a certain paper/pencil activity before retaking the assessment.

Something to consider with the first option: What will prevent students from just immediately retaking the same assessment with no intervention in place? You want to be careful about how you present this so it doesn’t look like bad practice.

However, I think the real power is in the latter option.  Teachers do not have an easy way to create a personalized path for students without having access to expensive adaptive software.

 

 

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