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Five keys to learning: Personalise the learning

Continuing his five-part series, Matt Bromley is dissecting his five key aspects of engaging and effective lessons. Key number two is personalising the learning...

In the first part in this series, I outlined my five principles (A design for learning: The five lesson keys, SecEd, January 28, 2016:

First, well-planned lessons connect the learning in three ways: they articulate a clear learning goal that students understand; they articulate a clear purpose for the learning; and they ensure that students’ starting points are identified through pre-tests (See Five keys to learning: Making connections, SecEd, February 5, 2016:

Second, we said, well-planned lessons personalise the learning. They ensure that the learning is tailored to meet individual needs and to match individual skills, interests, and styles.

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