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Since the very start of the pandemic, adaptive learning has been on the rise and has led to the reshaping of classrooms and an overall improvement in education. Adaptive learning revolves around using personalized teaching methods. This can help students receive equal opportunities no matter their differences in learning style and pace. With adaptive learning techniques in place, a student’s digital work and performance can be analyzed by educators in real-time. If a student struggles with a particular subject, the digital learning network will adjust the position to meet the student’s specific needs.


Adaptive learning is made up of various technologies, which include artificial intelligence, streaming video, mixed reality, and of course, gamification systems. This can be a lot of technology at once, which is why schools and home classrooms need to be prepared for network congestion that can even lead to outages. For adaptive learning to continue to succeed, a communication network must be programmed to adapt to changes for users automatically.


A significant amount of data is created in a programmable base, such as adaptive learning. “Big data” can be used to find more considerable insights and trends about resource and traffic patterns. It’s also important to note the lags and vulnerabilities with connectivity that the data can reveal. This information can help the adaptive learning network learn and adjust changes that are needed over time. Network providers and data center operators can run data that reacts to a user’s needs in real-time. After the decision is made, then a human operator can approve of changes that are needed. 


In order for adaptive learning to be successful, students must be given the proper devices, whether it may be a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. The best technologies provide them with the flexibility to learn from anywhere. Instructors and students have made mobility possible by using cloud-based technologies during their learning. So many schools and education institutions are embracing adaptive learning with both arms. From working with service providers to addressing software issues, there is so much that can be done within adaptive learning to continue tearing down barriers in education. Not only is it changing remote and digital learning, but it’s changing education all across the board.