Personalised learning strategies impact on academic performance

Posted 1:19PM on 15 March 2012

In the early stages of research, and working with data from a number of Self Awareness’ Education customers, Dr Paula Cruise of the Psychometrics Centre, University of Cambridge, has already shared with us some exciting deductions made by herself and her team of associates ahead of journal publication.

Whilst they are continuing their study of our data, they have already determined the impact of using specific, personalised learning strategies on students’ abilities to master new tasks and on academic performance.

Not only has the study demonstrated that the use of such strategies improves a student’s ability to master new tasks, but it has gone to show that – where teacher or student characteristics might affect this – the use of such strategies mediate such effects on academic performance.

More developments are anticipated later this month.


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