That’s the best definition of personalized learning I’ve seen or heard. It rings true with everything I believe education should be. The problem with “personalized learning” is that there are many, many definitions and competing interests for the term. For the purposes of this site:
- It’s not computer software delivering yet another assessment.
- It’s not an algorithm deciding what comes next for a student learning to read.
- It’s not students making all the decisions about content and direction.
- It’s not a strategy to employ for special projects.