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What pathways are being designed in today's schools to personalize the learning experience?
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Personalize Learning: Transform Learning for Every Learner

Personalize Learning: Transform Learning for Every Learner | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it

What does it mean to Personalize Learning?


The term "Personalized Learning" is very controversial and confusing. We created this site to define personalized learning, dispel some of the myths about personalized learning and for you to:


> learn about the latest research on personalizing learning.

> follow the thought leaders in the field of personalized learning.

> hear from teachers and learners who are personalizing learning.

> have strategies and tools to personalize learning for your learners.

 

Discover what has been "The Missing Piece" in the educational dialogue and what our vision, mission and core beliefs are that will drive our services to transform learning!

 

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Personalised learning the new way forward for Australian students

Personalised learning the new way forward for Australian students | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it

Australian school children can be at the leading edge of learning if schools embrace new technologies to offer a more individual education experience, new research reveals.

 

The author of the report, Personalised Learning, by Ms. Susi Steigler-Peters of Telstra Enterprise and Government concludes that after some 30 in-depth interviews with senior administrators, that “Students are looking for a robust learning ecosystem that is ‘learner centric’, taking into account the needs, interests, and learning style of the student and leveraging technology in a meaningful and engaging way.”

 

“While there were wide-ranging views and opinions offered on the future of education, a common thread running through our interviews was a universal “call for change”. As often repeated, the industrial age model of education has outlived its purpose. For those who must now complete in a new global knowledge economy, the current educational model is not meeting the needs of today’s students. The question is in what ways do we change this century-old model? Our respondents were clear. It starts with the learner and their changing expectations.”

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