As many of you know, Phil and I have been exploring the topic of "personalized learning" for the past year, trying to figure out what the heck it means and what it's really good for, separate from the hype. We've boiled down the idea into the beginnings of a framework, which we've just had published in EDUCAUSE Review. The central focus is to think of "personalized learning" as a set of technology-supported teaching practices that un depersonalize teaching. While we're exploring that, we also dive into the question of why hype happens, why the hype cycle exists, and how we can try to kill it.
You can read it here.