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Jan 28, 2018

Welcome to this seventh episode of the The Future Tech for Education Series on The Edtech Podcast, supported by Pearson

What's in this episode?

What is personalized learning? What is it not? Is there an evidence base yet for personalised learning and what does the research evidence show us about the contexts where personalized learning works best? What is the role of student, software and teacher in a personalised learning context? What questions should we be asking?

People

  • Sophie Bailey is the Founder and Presenter of The Edtech Podcast
  • Dr. Kristen DiCerbo, Vice-President of Education Research, Pearson
  • Richard Fulford, Head of Science, The Latymer School, UK

Show Notes and References  

Checkout https://theedtechpodcast.com/edtechpodcast and tinyurl.com/pearsonfuturetech 

Tell us your story

We’d love to hear about innovative technology or approaches you are developing or using in education. Leave your stories in the comments below. Alternately, record a quick free voicemail via speakpipe for inclusion in the next episode. Finally, you can post your thoughts or follow-on links via twitter @podcastedtech @kristendicerbo via The Edtech Podcast Facebook page.

The Pearson Future Tech for Education Series is produced by The Edtech Podcast and supported by Pearson Education. If you're interested in the themes that come out of the series, check out more ideas in the "open series" here.

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