The limitations of personalised learning
Tailoring content and delivery to meet an individual learner's needs rather than taking everyone through the same programme at the same pace is an accepted goal of education, promoted by government policy and examined at inspection.
Technology has allowed education to push back the boundaries of what is possible for personalised learning.
This module looks at how we use it to make the learning journey more personal and what the limits are in practice.
Critically reflect on the limitations of personalised learning
After completing this module you will be able to:
• review and critique the use of personalised learning in your courses and with your learners
• reflect on the tools, platforms and arrangements used to deliver it
• recognise the limitations of personalisation in your own practice
Digital Teaching Professional Framework
This module covers the DTPF component - F2 : Equality and diversity
- Address the special needs of individual learners (e.g. dyslexia, ADHD, overachievers) using digital technologies
- Allow for different learning pathways, levels and speeds when designing, selecting and implementing digital learning activities.
- Devise individual learning plans and use digital technologies to support these.
- Adapt communication strategies to the specific audience and be aware of cultural and generational diversity in digital environments
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