Making the case for personalised learning


Personalised learning approaches, often using the latest technology, improve the attainment of disadvantaged children, but critics are concerned it narrows the curriculum, finds Charlotte Goddard.

Digital devices in the classroom allow teachers at St James’ School to tailor lessons to the needs of individual pupils, helping to identify those in need of extra support. Picture: Sparx
Digital devices in the classroom allow teachers at St James’ School to tailor lessons to the needs of individual pupils, helping to identify those in need of extra support. Picture: Sparx

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