Sep 262012
 

Personalized Learning: Studies Find Payoff in ‘Personalizing’ Algebra

Personalized Learning: By Sarah D. Sparks

Published Online: September 25, 2012

Published in Print: September 26, 2012, as Studies Probe Power of ‘Personalization’

While “personalization” has become a buzzword in education, it can be hard to determine what really makes a subject relevant to individual children in the classroom. An ongoing series of studies at Southern Methodist University suggests learning students’ interests upfront and incorporating them into lessons can get struggling students to try harder and substantially improve their performance in algebra.
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http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2012/09/26/05personalize_ep.h32.html?tkn=VXCF9%2FGwGEwqob5w42Qm3zUqP9uCwwmsnyD8&cmp=clp-sb-ascd

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