Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

This is an archive copy of the NEPC newsletter summarizing recent negative reactions against personalized learning. There are several concerns: software glitches, concerns about data privacy, and lessons that are easy to game and trick. The bulk of the newsletter refers to a policy brief written in 2014 by Noel Enyedy which argues that personalized learning simply transfers the flaws of traditional learning to the individual level.

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