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Transform how students learn and instructors teach by bringing together authoritative content from a global leader in publishing with technology, data, and learning science from Acrobatiq, a learning optimization company from Carnegie Mellon University.
SAGE Educational Research Methods, powered by Acrobatiq, is an online course that brings together authoritative Research Methods content with technology, data, and learning science from Acrobatiq, a learning optimization company from Carnegie Mellon University.
Based on the book Educational Research by authors R. Burke Johnson and Larry Christensen, the course includes a Learning Dashboard that will help you to quickly assess students' progress and adapt instruction and intervention to maximize student success.
Students receive auto-graded practice with targeted feedback through "Did I Get This?" and "Learn By Doing” activities. Synthesis and application activities help students apply new knowledge to real-world concepts. Summative assessments ensure successful knowledge acquisition.
Based on the bestselling book Special Education in Contemporary Society, Fifth Edition, by award-winning author Richard M. Gargiulo, the complete online course system offers a comprehensive and engaging introduction to special education in an interactive and adaptive online learning environment. With learning outcomes grounded in research and updated to reflect the field's most current thinking and standards, students will build the skills they need to become successful teachers through a series of adaptive online learning modules.
About Acrobatiq – A Carnegie Mellon Company
Acrobatiq is born out of Carnegie Mellon University’s long history of excellence in cognitive science, human-computer interaction, and software engineering. Acrobatiq, with the backing of Carnegie Mellon, focuses on evidence-based course design and strong collaborations with university researchers – which are fundamental to developing learner-centric products and services that are aligned with the needs of higher education. To learn more about the OLI, visit the Open Learning Initiative research site.