ARPHA Proceedings 3: 1487-1496, doi: 10.3897/ap.2.e1487
Transform a Physics Course in Middle School through Personalized Learning and Digital Platform
expand article infoSergey Lovyagin
Open Access
The article discusses the possibilities of forming and evaluating subject and meta-subject outcomes provided by the use of personalized learning and a digital platform. It demonstrates how the concept and structure of the platform influence the content and effectiveness of the educational course. Examples describe the use of learning analytics for assessing educational outcomes based on the analysis of data collected by the digital platform. The personalized learning tools aimed at formation of subject and meta-subject outcomes. The summary gives an overview of the results of the two years of experience in teaching physics at school with the use of the digital platform.
digital platform, personalized learning, competency-based education, learning ability, regulatory universal learning skills, evaluation of meta-subject outcomes, digital footprint.