Personalized Learning: Does It Really Matter?

Modern educators have come to the conclusion that each student requires attention at the lesson.

Moreover, every pupil has his own learning pace, percepts information in different ways and has an inclination to one or several subjects. That means that it is impossible to teach a dozen of students in one classroom and using the same methods and approaches and receive the same level of comprehension among all of them. That is why learning is getting more personalized today, and in this article, we will try to explain what exactly this kind of learning is and why it is worth shifting to it.

What is personalized learning?

According to the definition of US Department of Education, personalized learning is defined as an instruction in which both the learning pace and instructional approach correspond with the needs of every learner. The word “approach” in this phrase includes several meanings like learning goals, content, methods, materials etc. Every constituent part of the educational process should be relevant to every student, who should also be interested and initiative in learning.

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