Blog Series

There is nothing new about personalized learning. Our first teachers are our parents: they teach us to walk, read, count, eat and live with others. Only when we go to school, college and university do we enter into mass education – classes, exams and qualifications. At the postgraduate level, we again find ourselves in personalized learning – with our supervisor.

Learning in classes and groups poses considerable challenges to each individual. Perhaps you can  remember from your school and col...

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