Motivating Stakeholders for A Successful Personalized Learning Approach

As higher education continues to adopt new pedagogical resources to focus on student success and retention, institutions and faculty look to proven personalized learning approaches as a means to enhance student and teacher experience. This article covers several strategies to engage different stakeholders to drive the implementation of personalized learning in your institution.

In the second session of the Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) online course: Personalized Learning: Finding the Model that Fits your Institution, Michael Feldstein considers the issues that can act as barriers to getting personalized learning plans in motion and discusses the most appropriate approach for fostering discussion to enhance stakeholder motivation. This will encourage meaningful conversation around the personalized learning ‘tool box’ and how it can be effective.

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