Learning Engineering Hub
What is learning engineering?
Learning engineering is the use of computer science to pursue rapid experimentation and continuous improvement with the goal of improving student outcomes.
The learning engineering approach is critical because the current process to test and establish the efficacy of new ideas is too long and too expensive. Learning science research remains slow, small-scale, and data-poor, compared to other fields. The result is that teachers and administrators often have neither proven tools nor the research at hand they need to make informed pedagogical decisions. Learning engineering aims to solve this problem using the tools of computer science.
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There is a lively conversation underway in the Learning Engineering Google Group. Researchers and practitioners from many fields involving learning engineering share thoughts and resources there daily. It’s free to join and everyone is welcome. Whether you’re just finding your interest in learning engineering or you’re a seasoned practitioner, you can join the conversation!