How does a student get started with a learning strategy? We at intellADAPT have streamlined this using our Brainiak app. But we understand many individuals will not have access to a smart EEG device. As a result, we’ve created this quick 5-minute quiz to get you started! Find it at https://ls.intelladapt.com/

Finding your learning strategy is the first step in adaptive learning. For a more advanced reading, use our adaptive platform. Our platform’s engine delivers the content and figures out what is your preferred learning strategy.

By getting the initial reading of a student’s learning strategy test through our EEG…


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The latest trend in online education is “Me-learning.” In this new trend, the learners discover their personality for learning and pursue their education using online resources.

Me-learning is a self-driven adaptive education process where a learner has complete control of their learning speed, learning strategy and learning outcome. It can help bridge the gap between learning instead of burdening educators even more with individualized programs.

Now, more than ever as we enter where students learn in a virtual environment, Me-learning has become more relevant. Learners have to be in control of their education and learning at home, distant from…


LAVA Hackathon, the Adaptive Video Course Hackathon, is now open for registration. We’re encouraging students and educators to be involved in creating their own adaptive assessments and custom course to cater to all types of learners! APPLY, ANYONE CAN CREATE A COURSE.

Always wanted to make a course but the task seemed daunting? We at intellAdapt have started a LAVA hackathon to get you started. Navigate and make a quick video, assessment, get feedback from our judges at intellADAPT, and snag a winning prize. By the end, participants will have made their first LAVA course and assessment!

LAVA or Learning…


The latest trend in online education is “me-learning.” In this new trend, the learners discover their personality for learning and pursue their education using online resources. The vast literature of cognitive psychology and learning theories indicated that learners formulate a strategy to concur with the unknown territory of any new area of study. For example, while learning math the strategy may be to look at examples, and while learning history there may be historical incidence.

Synthesizing over 300 such learning theories Dr. Nish Sonwalkar (ScD, MIT) has put together a learning cube pedagogical framework for learning strategy assessment. The five…


With AI, robotics, and big data quickly becoming essential facets of the global economy, experts are beginning to refer to the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” as a way of placing our rapidly changing world in historical context.

Originally coined by Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, with his 2016 book, the “ Fourth Industrial Revolution” refers to an exponential acceleration of the recently computerized economy of the late 20th century (also known as the “Third Industrial” or “Digital Revolution”). …


Niharika Prasai Quito, Ecuador

EEG is a test that measures brainwaves, which are tiny electrical signals in our brain. It’s more commonly used in medicine, to diagnose brain conditions ranging from dementia, epilepsy, or brain tumors.

So, what is its role in education? As technology progresses, EEG is predicted to become a tool used commonly in schools and universities. Its breakthrough in the education industry is definitely something to look forward to in the future. With EEG, we can now tap into the brain’s learning process and understand it on a deeper level. By measuring brainwaves in real-time, EEG allows…


Mahika Pandey, Lexington, MA

The string of lock-downs, cancellations, and social distancing measures announced in March seemed to give much of the country whiplash — in just the few weeks much of what defines everyday life became a public health risk, and we found ourselves adjusting to a new reality. These shifts were particularly sudden for students, who went from seeing friends and teachers every day to embarking on a spring of online learning.

Most of us have only ever taken classes in person, ten feet from the teacher at most and just an arms-length from a peer we could…


Niharika Prasai Quito, Ecuador

Virtual Reality, or VR, has existed in entertainment and gaming industries for a few years now. Its goal is to fully immerse the user, visually and audibly, in a virtual world. With the influx in the use of new ed-tech, will VR translate into a tool for education as well?

A key argument for VR’s potential in education is the immersive nature of the technology. According to eLearning Industry, “on average, the brain is capable of remembering 10% of what students read, 20% of what they hear, and about 90% of what is being done or…


Dr. Nish Sonwalkar (ScD, MIT), Chief Evangelist, IntellADAPT

Webinar: May 5th 2 PM to 3 PM

The latest trend in online education is “me-learning.” In this new trend, the learners discover their own personality for learning and pursue their education using online resources. The vast literature of cognitive psychology and learning theories indicated that learners formulate a strategy to concur with the unknown territory of any new area of study. For example, while learning math the strategy may be to look at examples, and while learning history in may be historical incidence. Synthesizing over 300 such learning theories Dr. Nish Sonwalkar (ScD, MIT) has put together a learning cube pedagogical framework for leaning strategy assessment.

The…


Niharika Prasai Quito, Ecuador

As hospitalization decreases in the United States and various treatments are coming along in their clinical phases, the COVID-19 global pandemic has brought along a new challenge to the public. That new challenge is a major global economic recession. On the surface, this pandemic has actually elevated the ed-tech industry. Many of these companies have experienced a booming market, particularly for conferencing software, assessment platforms, and other online resources. However, a deeper dig will uncover that the spike of market value for ed-tech and new dependency on distance learning comes with various challenges.

Ultimately, this pandemic…

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