Measuring and Monitoring Adaptive Learning: A Landscape Review

Resource type
Authors/contributors
Title
Measuring and Monitoring Adaptive Learning: A Landscape Review
Abstract
This landscape review on measuring and monitoring adaptive learning highlights the learning from five adaptive programming guidelines and toolkits and one implementation science framework to inform the monitoring and evaluation of adaptive learning. The introduction of adaptive learning processes and skillsets in global health programming is part of an emerging strategy to advance a learning culture within projects and teams to improve health program performance. The monitoring and evaluation of adaptive learning is an emergent field aiming to monitor how adaptive learning processes have been introduced, how they are used, and whether they are having the intended results. Although there is a growing body of literature on adaptive programming more generally, there is a limited knowledge base on the monitoring and evaluation of adaptive learning interventions and their impacts. Unlike other implementation strategies or program management approaches, there are no standard metrics or a monitoring and evaluation framework to track the integration, implementation, and effectiveness of adaptive learning in health programming.
Place
Washington DC
Institution
USAID MOMENTUM Knowledge Accelerator
Date
2022.05
Pages
61
Language
en
Library Catalog
Zotero
Citation
LaFond, A., & Adrian, H. (2022). Measuring and Monitoring Adaptive Learning: A Landscape Review (p. 61). USAID MOMENTUM Knowledge Accelerator.