Connecting research to practice: personalised education

In her presentation, Natalia will talk about research on the benefits and limitations of personalised education. Personalisation motivates learners to take part in activities they might not want to or are not interested in.

Motivation is great for capturing interest or fostering enjoyment of an activity. However, for long-lasting changes to understanding, learning needs to be both personalised and non-personalised. We need to individualize and diversify, personalise, and pluralise. How can this be achieved in EdTech design and teaching practice

26 September
Main stage, Mastrafjord, ground floor conference centre
Session Chair:
Natalia Kucirkova

Professor, Norwegian Centre for Learning Environment and Behavioural Research, UiS