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By leveraging digital tools & incorporating effective project management, there are three broad categories that describe the possible ways we can help:

We create a customized plan for each institution that may include any or all of the activities. This ensures our approach meets administrator, faculty, and student needs.

Explore & Plan

We work with stakeholders across the institution to help them discover and select tools that are best suited to fit their needs.

Design & Implement

We help administrators, instructional designers, and faculty redesign the learning experience to incorporate tools that will increase student equity and success.

Optimize & Scale

We identify opportunities to improve and broaden the application of innovative teaching strategies across the institution.

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Every Learner Everywhere helps institutions improve student engagement and increase academic success in gateway courses through innovative teaching and learning strategies.

Every Learner Everywhere is a network of 12 partner organizations that collaborate with higher education institutions to improve student outcomes through innovative teaching strategies, including the adoption of adaptive digital learning tools. The emerging evidence base around digital learning shows potential to increase access and engagement, decrease costs, and improve outcomes for students, particularly Black, Latinx, and Indigenous students, poverty-affected and first-generation students. Our network partners represent leaders and innovators in teaching and learning. We have specific expertise in the adoption, implementation, and measurement of digital learning tools as they’re integrated into pedagogical practices.

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Teaching Practices of Faculty Adopting Adaptive Courseware

Adaptive Courseware

In fall 2020, Digital Promise administered a survey to a group of educators at selected two-year colleges and four-year universities to better understand the teaching practices they employ and the ways in which they use adaptive courseware in their gateway courses.

Time for Class

Time for Class is a comprehensive longitudinal survey of 4,000+ higher education faculty and administrators, fielded since 2014 by Tyton Partners.