Approaches to Measuring and Monitoring Adaptive Learning: A Landscape Review
This landscape review highlights the learning from six adaptive programming guidelines and toolkits and one implementation science framework to inform the monitoring and evaluation of adaptive learning. It was developed for the MOMENTUM suite of awards but is highly applicable across the global health context.
Although there is a growing body of literature on adaptive programming generally, there is limited knowledge on the monitoring and evaluation of adaptive learning interventions and their impacts. This critical resource can be used to monitor how adaptive learning processes have been introduced, used, and whether they have the intended results. The six key resources included in the landscape review suggest common themes related to defining essential capacities, processes, and performance in adaptive learning, including structures, team composition and roles, management, and monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) procedures, and skillsets.
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