We’re only capturing 10% of the learning data out there.
You know there is a side of the moon that can not be seen from earth? It took going there to see the other side- until then it was a mystery.
In the same way, there’s a whole side of the student’s learning experience that we can’t see. Schools and districts attempting to understand their learners are missing a large facets of their learner’s experiences inside and outside the classroom.
Why is this? Why don’t we understand our learners like we should?
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What are the differences between an LMS and LRS? Do you need both? What can and can’t each piece do?
We’ve compiled below a list of capabilities of an LMS. This is to illustrate the point that the LRS will not, and is not intended to, replace the LMS. The LRS simply stores all of the learning data as a component of an LMS.
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Education needs an LRS. Here are three reasons why
We have a very rudimentary understanding of how our students and teachers actually learn.
We can’t tell how and when they are learning or what their preferred learning style is. We can barely even see our learners data without (practically) begging for it.
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