Personalizing Learning for Better Academic Outcomes

Personalized learning is not a new concept. Depending on the definition, personalized learning can be as old as Rousseau or even Aristotle. It can also be as modern as the early 20th century when educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom found that students who received personalized education outperformed those who did not. Bloom even challenged the academic [...]

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