What is Personalised Learning?
1. Understanding students
Getting to know a student well demands real skill and commitment from our teachers. Not only do teachers have detailed information on the specifics of what a student already knows, but they also need to know about their general competencies, aptitudes, interests, aspirations and motivations.
2. High-quality teaching
Teachers need to know how to ask their students the right questions, differentiate work in the classroom to ensure each child’s learning is appropriately stretched to where they are, in that moment. Learning goals are specific to each student and are developed together with them.
3. Develop passions
Personalised learning gives students the opportunity to develop their interests and passions. Students are given greater discretion in the learning activities they wish to pursue, and teachers adjust their teaching strategies to support them.
Source: Nord Anglia Education