Students in our Fall 2017 focus groups had this to say about using adaptive courseware:
Students, do you have suggestions for us to make the adaptive learning experience at UM better?
2016 Feedback from students in Pharmacy Ethics:
“Too many of my classes are run like an academic hazing ritual. I’m paying thousands of dollars for classes my professors expect me to fail.”
“Because we only meet once a week, I’m less inclined to skip class. Also, the class is actually enjoyable because we are discussing what we learned rather than taking notes off of PowerPoint slides.”
“No one has ever asked me before this [program] if the way the class is run is working for me. Usually students are just expected to do whatever the professor wants whether its works for them or not.”