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Release of University of California at Davis Case Study on e-Literate TV

By Phil HillMore Posts (356) Today we are thrilled to release the fifth and final case study in our new e-Literate TV series on “personalized learning”. In this series, we examine how that term, which is heavily marketed but poorly defined, is implemented … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Student Control Of Learning, Especially For Working Adults

By Phil HillMore Posts (356) When giving keynotes at conferences over the past two years, I have observed that some of the best non-verbal feedback occurs when pointing out that personalized and adaptive learning does not equal black-box algorithms choosing content for … Continue reading

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How Student and Faculty Interviews Were Chosen For e-Literate TV Series

By Phil HillMore Posts (356) As part of our e-Literate TV set of case studies on personalized learning, Michael and I were fully aware that Arizona State University (ASU) was likely to generate the most controversy due to ASU’s aggressive … Continue reading

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Prior Learning Assessments Done Right

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1042) This post has nothing to do with educational technology but everything to do with the kind of humane and truly personal education that we should be talking about when we throw around phrases like “personalized … Continue reading

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Release of Empire State College Case Study on e-Literate TV

By Phil HillMore Posts (356) Today we are thrilled to release the fourth case study in our new e-Literate TV series on “personalized learning”. In this series, we examine how that term, which is heavily marketed but poorly defined, is implemented on the … Continue reading

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