Specification or Personalization?

The future of learning has embraced the fascinating reality of personalization. More than ever, our workers expect to be able to select, sequence, manage and access learning resources in a manner of their choosing.  Personalization is the ability to choose time, device, style and even intensity of content, context or collaboration. But is personal choice the learning goal?   The learner might have some ingrained preferences. They might like video more than reading or practice more than theory. A learner might be drawn to one topic and have no interest in another key element of a curriculum. Or, they might feel fully competent in an area and skip a learning offering altogether. Let’s add a few elements to the concept of personal choice that might more deeply serve the needs…


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