Partners have selected practices that could, as broadly as possible describe the complexity of an emerging landscape of personalised learning both in terms of technologies used, field of education, school subject and pedagogical approaches and concepts.
This has resulted in seven case studies of promising practice offering stories of very different ways in which personalised learning has been implemented in schools. Practices have been collected through interviews with practitioners, ICT developers and strategists and collated through a common template.
The report argues that the ultimate goal is a mixed economy of confident teachers using digital tools where appropriate and operating across the different dimensions of personalised learning, as part of a community. It also offers design principles for school leaders and policymakers, teachers and Edtech companies. These are recommendations for the effective implementation of personalised learning strategies based on the examples of good practice for the design of such solutions derived from the case studies and our discussions with practitioners.