Personalized Learning is Not a Product

By Michael Feldstein, Phil Hill
February 16, 2016

This article argues the possible down-sides to personalized learning. For all the hype surrounding so-called “personalized learning,” plenty of skeptics worry that it could do more harm than good—especially within the context of larger trends in academia. They worry that, among other things, personalized learning products will be used not to improve student learning, but as cheaper and “good enough” replacements for faculty labor.

Source Organization: EdSurge

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