It is common knowledge that every person has an optimal way of learning. By analyzing a range of data sets that include curricula, student...
It is common knowledge that every person has an optimal way of learning. By analyzing a range of data sets that include curricula, student attendance records, and students’ behavior on e-learning platforms, IBM aims to turn big data into usable information for education systems on all levels.
IBM researcher, Chalapathy Neti, Director of Education Transformation at the Thomas J. Watson Research Center, has predicted that in five years, classrooms will learn about you, and personalize coursework accordingly. This, he believes, will mean the end of an era of one-size-fits-all education, and the beginning of true, personalized learning.
Check out the video above and learn about the ways that smart classrooms will impact not only students’ scholastic and professional careers, but society as a whole.
Every year IBM makes predictions about 5 technology innovations that stand to change the way we live within the next 5 years. This set of predictions, narrated by Mo Rocca, is all about personalization. See the other predictions at ibm.com/5in5