Personalized learning is the single most significant concept in education as we strive to meet the needs of all students and prepare them for the challenges in the 21st century, and there is a technology debate component that we would love you to comment on.
 

Personalized learning means that we honor every student’s unique talents, support their learning modalities and styles and allow them to have a stronger voice in their own learning.

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As opposed to one set of objectives for all learners, personalized learning permits the learner to create and engage in their own learning objectives and curriculum, and most often, they are able to accomplish this due to technology that makes information instantaneously available to them. But, is the technology changing our children; how much is too much and what is just right for their personalized learning?

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  Pat WymanPat Wyman is America’s Most Trusted Learning Expert, college professor and the best selling author of Spelling Made Easy: Learn Your Words in Half the Time; Amazing Grades: 101 Best Ways To Improve Your Grades Faster and the founder of HowToLearn.com

She created the first award winning Personal Learning Styles Inventory online and she invites you to find out how you learn best by taking the free learning styles quiz at HowToLearn.com

Wyman is also blogging for the Hot Topic, Personalized Learning by invitation from the Microsoft Partners In Learning Network.

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