In discussions about “personalized learning” in online education, the conversation often turns toward artificial intelligence and the promise of self-paced learning. And those conversations are absolutely exciting. But there is another aspect of personalized learning in online education that often gets overlooked. The actual person. And their interactions with other persons. Where we move from mere knowledge transfer to true understanding.
The takeaway? How do we leverage the best parts of online education – like flexibility, while making sure our online classes are still highly personalized – encouraging high degrees of intra-class communication, conversation, networking, and mentorship.
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