Sunday, March 27, 2011

The World is My School: Personalized Learning is Coming of Age

Humans have always been learning, but how we learn has changed over time, says educator Maria H. Andersen. The earliest means of education were highly personal: Oral histories passed from adults to children, informal or formal apprenticeships, and one-on-one tutoring have all been used in the early history of most cultures. It’s only been in the last two centuries that we’ve used formalized systems of mass public education (aka industrialized education). In this article, she says future learning will become both more social and more personal.

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