The Power and Possibilities of Personalized Learning

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Educators and other learning and development professionals have long known that different individuals learn differently. Some learners do better learning on their own, while doing while others are more suited to a classroom setting. Some are visual learners, while others are auditory learners. Some thrive on group work, while others benefit more from individual study.

Given these well-known differences in learning styles, why is it that so many organizations take a one-size-fits-all approach to training their staff members?

Resource constraints are perhaps the most obvious answer to this riddle. Many organizations feel it is simply cost-prohibitive to develop

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