Caution urged on personalized learning with ed-tech
from Education Week
Using technology to educate students isn't always effective, or cost-effective, and doesn't necessarily translate into what is often called "personalized learning," according to a report released Nov. 24. The review of various studies by Noel Enyedy, an associate professor of education and information studies at the University of California-Los Angeles, concludes that education technology deployed in the name of personalized instruction yields modest improvements in educational outcomes, at best, in some cases, and none at all in others.
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