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Branka B. Arsović


УДК 371.39:004


Tendencies in Future Education Development – PersonaliZed and Adaptive e-Learning

Abstract: An approach founded on belief that one learning system suits each and every students results in a great many problems that can be summarized as a lack of personalization. Adaptive e-learning systems try to solve these problems by shifting the presentation of material to suit each individual student. The paper discuss need for a paradigm shift – from teacher-centric to a student-centric learning model – by leveraging technology. The use of ICT (information and communication technologies) powered adaptive and personalized learning holds great promise as a cost-effective and egalitarian means to help greater numbers of students accelerate their learning, graduate, and meet challenges in a competitive world.


Keywords: Adaptive e-learning, Personalized learning, LMS, Education.


Тенденције будућег развоја образовања –  персонализовано и адаптивно е-учење


Резиме: Приступ заснован на веровању да један систем учења одговара сваком ученику, производи много проблема који се могу сумирати као недостатак персонализованости. Адаптивни системи е-учења покушавају да реше ове проблеме померајући презентацију градива тако да одговара сваком ученику појединачно. Рад разматра потребу за померањем парадигме – од модела учења усмереног на учитеља до оног усмереног на ученика – уз помоћ ефикасније технологије. Употреба ИТ-ем потпомогнутог адаптивног и персонализованог учења пуно обећава као исплативо и егалитаристичко средство које може помоћи већем броју ученика да убрзају своје учење, заврше студије и сусретну се са изазовима света у којем влада конкуренција.


Кључне речи: адаптивно е-учење, персонализовано учење, СМУ, образовање.




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