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How Many Ways Can We Describe Individual Learners?

on November 12, 2018

There are so many ways “individual differences” have been described in the Education and Psychology literature that its hard to know where to start.

I’m going to begin with a popular Blog named “Personalized Learning.” Here an excerpt and link:

Personalized Learning


Sunday, November 8, 2015 Choice is More than a Menu of Options Providing choice can be confusing. If learners are choosing from a set of pre-planned choices from a computer program or a list of options from the teacher, then the teacher is ultimately the one responsible for the learning not the learner. As learners increase responsibility around voice, teachers can also provide a process that builds ownership as learners move toward agency with choice. – See more at: http://www.personalizelearning.com/2015/11/choice-is-more-than-menu-of-options.html#sthash.K9OgSitG.dpuf



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