Flashcard Fundamentals #3: Generating Flashcards using AI

The previous blog posts in this series provided practical guidance for creating effective flashcards. Retrieval practice with well-designed flashcards is one of the best ways to learn and remember factual information. The process of making good flashcards can be quite time-consuming, however. Manually putting together a list of foreign-language vocabulary items and their translations, or […]

Flashcard Fundamentals: Choosing the Right Question

Memory retrieval is the process of fetching memories from storage and making them usable. Practising retrieval can be a fantastic aid to learning new information. Building a solid knowledge base is important in any classroom or training setting. Traditionally, this is done with flashcards, and while digital tools like MemoryLab have improved on the format, […]

Adaptive Learning in Educational Practice: More than an Engineering Challenge

Adaptive learning systems are a prime example of applied cognitive science. They implement theories of cognition in computational models, these models enable a quantified interpretation of learners’ behaviour, and this interpretation is used to shape the learning experience. Using these systems in real-world educational settings confronts us with new questions about whether technological solutions developed […]

The non-linear journey of the creative process

Being creative makes our lives meaningful, from finding solutions to problems in everyday contexts to building new innovations in the workplace.  But how do we go from an idea to building something valuable? In reality, it’s a process, and Design thinking might be the solution. Design thinking is a non-linear process that aids UX-Designers in […]

University of Washington uses MemoryLab to help diagnose people with early MCI

At MemoryLab we have a longstanding collaboration with Andrea Stocco’s research group at the University of Washington. Holly Hake, a PhD student in Andrea’s group, recently published an award-winning paper about her research on using MemoryLab as an accessible and fast tool to help diagnose people with early Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). She had elderly […]

MemoryLab Launches Classroom Pilot on Adaptive Knowledge States Using AI

In collaboration with the University of Groningen (UG) and Noordhoff, MemoryLab is using AI to facilitate maths education. At the MathPsych/ICCM/EMPG 2023 conference prof. dr. Niels Taatgen (UG) presented the Graaf Tel Project (Taatgen, Blankestijn & van Rijn, 2023). This initiative explores the potential of a hybrid approach to student models to improve student learning […]

MemoryLab leads €300.000 NOLAI Co-Creation Project to Replace Traditional Knowledge Tests

MemoryLab collaborates with the Montessori Scholen Amsterdam (MSA, including Berry Bock and Marijn van der Meer of METIS) and the University of Utrecht (including Dr. Gesa van den Broek) on an innovative AI-based education project funded by NOLAI (Nationaal Onderwijslab AI). The focus of this co-creation project is to revolutionise the assessment of learning and […]

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