This programme is subtitled...
- Education Professionals
Mike Baker and Sheena McDonald explore what personalised learning really means, and how it will affect teachers and students in schools.
Shadow schools minister Nick Gibb believes that it is a great idea in theory, but impossible to deliver in practice. Dawn Taylor from the DCSF disagrees, detailing the government funding made available to enable schools to deliver personalised learning.
Clarissa Williams, president of the NAHT, welcomes the government's emphasis on personalised learning, arguing that involving children in the design of their learning equips them with a vital life skill.
Part of the series: Need to Know