Adaptive Literacy Learning 101

Presented by: Lauren Kimlinger, First Grade Teacher, Technology and Math Instructional Leader, Boise-Eliot Elementary School, Portland, OR; with Cathy Caldwell, Product and Marketing Consultant for Voyager Sopris Learning
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What do you need to know about adaptive learning? The use of differentiated instruction to individualize each student’s learning experience is increasingly common in today’s elementary classrooms, but creating meaningful differentiation for a typical class of 25 students or more can be a challenge. Teachers have limited time to give students the personal attention they need, which is where adaptive learning can help. Adaptive learning is technology that responds to a student’s interactions in real time by offering support automatically—supplementing the one-on-one instruction that a teacher can provide and accelerating a student’s abilities.

This edWebinar is an introduction to adaptive literacy learning, presented by elementary educator at Boise-Eliot Elementary School in Portland, OR Lauren Kimlinger and Voyager Sopris Learning’s Cathy Caldwell. You will hear about:

  • Findings from a recent nationwide survey that show instructional leaders overwhelmingly see the value of adaptive learning solutions to help individualize instruction
  • How an elementary teacher incorporates an adaptive ELA program in her classroom

Learn how adaptive literacy can help your students!