PersonalizED :: A Guide to Personalizing Learning in the Classroom

Mary Ellen Beaty O’Ferrall, Sara Henschell, Margaret Roth, x28's New Blog, Jul 04, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

According to the authors, "Personalized learning is an instructional philosophy intended to address the distinct learning needs, interests, aspirations, and cultural backgrounds of individual students to create an environment and experience that best facilitates their learning." This post is a fairly good overview of personalized education. It's worth asking, though, as you read through, how this account is distinct from personal learning, where people create learning according to their own needs and interests, rather than having something created for them.

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