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MasteringChemistry® with eText for
Chemistry: The Central Science, 13/e

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Adaptive Learning

MasteringChemistry® has always been personalized and adaptive on a question level by providing error-specific feedback based on actual student responses; however, Mastering now includes two new adaptive assignment types—Adaptive Follow-Up Assignments and Dynamic Study Modules.

Adaptive Follow-Up Assignments

Instructors have the ability to assign adaptive follow-up assignments. Content delivered to students, as part of adaptive learning, will be automatically personalized for each individual based on strengths and weaknesses as it has been identified by his or her performance on Mastering parent assignments.

Question sets in the Adaptive Follow-Up Assignments continuously adapt to each student’s needs, making efficient use of study time.

Adaptive Follow-Up Assignments

Instructors have the ability to assign adaptive follow-up assignments. Content delivered to students, as part of adaptive learning, will be automatically personalized for each individual based on strengths and weaknesses as it has been identified by his or her performance on Mastering parent assignments.

Question sets in the Adaptive Follow-Up Assignments continuously adapt to each student’s needs, making efficient use of study time.

Dynamic Study Modules

NEW! Dynamic Study Modules have been designed to enable students to study effectively on their own as well as help students quickly access and learn the nomenclature they need to be successful in chemistry.

These modules can be accessed on smartphones, tablets, and computers and results can be tracked in the MasteringChemistry Gradebook. Here’s how it works:

  1. Students receive an initial set of questions and benefit from the metacognition involved with asking them to indicate how confident they are with their answer.
  2. After answering each set of questions, students review their answers.
  3. Each question has explanation material that reinforces the correct answer response and addresses the misconceptions found in the wrong answer choices.
  4. Once students review the explanations, they are presented with a new set of questions. Students cycle through this dynamic process of test-learn-retest until they achieve a mastery of the material.

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