intellipath Garners Positive Reaction at AAACE
By Connie Johnson, Ed.D., Provost and Chief Academic Officer
Adaptive Learning was front and center at the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) annual meeting in Lexington, Kentucky last week. Dr. Connie Johnson, chief academic officer and provost at CTU, presented a session titled “Adaptive Learning Using Technology to Personalize the Student Learning Experience” with Dr. Jeannette Jones, university dean at AIU. Together, they previewed the technology for attendees and shared best practices for motivating faculty to create positive student results in classes with intellipath.
“What continues to be inspiring to me is the extreme positive reaction when showcasing the technology of intellipath”, said Johnson.
Jones added, "I was amazed by the innovative audience participation when discussing the curriculum design and faculty culture aspects of intellipath that support student success. Clearly our approach to adaptive learning sparked their imagination."
The conference theme was ‘Building Sustainable Futures through Learning and Partnerships’ and was attended by several hundred adult educators representing institutions from across the United States.
For more about CTU’s innovative learning technology watch this brief video or read the white paper.
Connie Johnson, Ed.D., is Chief Academic Officer/Provost at CTU working with both online and ground degree programs. She leads CTU Academics and Student Affairs and brings more than 20 years of experience in academics to the university. Connect with Dr. Johnson on Twitter @DrConnieJohnson.
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