What eye tracking delivers
Learning is a life-long process of personal growth and discovery. Obtaining new insights, skills and competencies manifests on several levels of human behavior, ranging from subtle changes in neural firing patterns to behavioral actions, including body, limb and eye movements.
Eye tracking provides insights in the proper interaction of sensory and cognitive-affective systems, for example during information uptake where attentional resources have to be regulated or during memory recall and action execution.
Modern eye tracking solutions for cognitive training and learning are versatile to be used in multi-station classroom setups and in real-world scenarios to –
- Assess individual learning strategies from single or multiple students with quantitative metrics delivered by eye tracking, physiological sensors and self-reports
- Identify learning deficits, and initiate data-based improvements of learning environments, instructional content and strategy
- Develop truly intelligent learning systems which assess personal mastery in conjunction with cognitive-affective states of any learner