Personalised Learning for the Learning Person

Rupert Ward
University of Huddersfield, UK


Product Details
Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
9781789731507
Published:
08 Jun 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
284 pages - 129 x 198mm
Series:
Emerald Points

Categories:

Traditional educational approaches are increasingly ineffective for the needs of today’s learners and society more generally. A new personalised learning solution is required which incorporates an expanded view of education incorporating human rights and capabilities, alongside the traditional human capital educational model.  

This book considers the policies, pedagogy and practice required to achieve this critical transformation. It extends traditional functional learning approaches, based on behavioural, experiential, dialogic and participatory learning, to place the learner at the centre of their learning. By defining the principles of personalised learning and mapping out future opportunities, Ward makes a captivating argument for a new way of learning, based on improved teacher and learner agency, self-regulated learning, personalised learning and metalearning. 

This book considers a broad range of educational concepts involving the learning person. By combining our learning environment, performance, capabilities and expertise with discussions of personalised learning design, technology and policy, it equips readers to reflect on how they learn currently, and how we might all learn in the future.
Chapter 1. Personalised Learning
Chapter 2. Functional Learning
Chapter 3. Learning Information
Chapter 4. Learning Intelligence
Chapter 5. Learning Sensitivity
Chapter 6. Learning Fitness
Chapter 7. Learning Expertise
Chapter 8. Learning Choice
Chapter 9. Learning Idea
Chapter 10. Personalised Learning for the Learning Person
Rupert Ward is Professor of Learning Innovation and Associate Dean (International) within the School of Computing and Engineering at the University of Huddersfield, UK. He is a UK National Teaching Fellow and Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a former Special Adviser to the Royal Household, and as Project Lead for iDEA, he co-developed one of the world's most successful free educational technologies.

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