U-Pace instructors leverage learning management system analytics about student engagement and performance to provide proactive, personalized support. Evidence shows that the model increases success for all students, at risk or not.
BiographyRaymond Fleming, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) Professor of Psychology developed the highly effective, technology-enabled U-Pace instructional approach with UWM Professor Diane M. Reddy, and directed the extensive evaluation studies of U-Pace. He is co-PI on the EDUCAUSE, Next Generation Learning Challenges funded project disseminating U-Pace to post-secondary institutions, and the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences four-year evaluation project involving random assignment of 1,920 students across three disciplines: psychology, sociology and political science. He has published many widely cited scientific articles and has been responsible for the quantitative methods training of psychology doctoral students for over 20 years. http://www4.uwm.edu/letsci/psychology/faculty/fleming.cfm
Two faculty at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee developed the technology-enabled instructional approach known as U-Pace, which combines self-paced, mastery-based learning with instructor-initiated amplified assistance in an online learning environment.
The U-Pace instructional approach combines self-paced, mastery-based learning with instructor-initiated Amplified Assistance in an online learning environment.