National Geographic Learning Infocus: Personalization Part 2

The previous post in this series looked at how personalization in the classroom helps to build rapport, add authenticity and make classroom activities more motivating. It’s an aspect of teaching that is normally seen as beneficial and desirable. However, integrating personalization into your teaching is not without ‘risk’, according to Scott Thornbury. He says that […]

via Personalization: Tiny steps at the shallow end or diving in at the deep end — National Geographic Learning: In Focus



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