Can Interest Based Personalization Deliver Better Learning Outcomes? (EdSurge News)

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The term “personalized learning” is everywhere these days, but its ubiquity has done little to imbue it with a consistent meaning.

Norton Gusky‘s insight:

The research is demonstrates the power of teaching to a learner’s interests, but the use of personalization is really individualization. It’s only personalized when the learner has control over their own choices, not based on teacher or computer choices. 

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