Part 2: Draining the Semantic Swamp of “Personalized Learning” : A View from Silicon Valley

Larry Cuban, Larry Cuban on School Reform, Classroom Practice, Jun 23, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Continuing from Part One, covered here earlier this week, Larry Cuban continues his exploration of “personalized learning spectrum,” as anchored in the tangled history of school reform (he says) and now subject to more recent developments. In a nutshell, "those efficiency-minded school reformers, filled with optimism about the power of new technologies to 'transform' teaching and learning, have appropriated the language of 'whole child' Progressives."

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