Share Paper: Dimensions and Applications of Personalized Learning in Workforce Training and Development Programs: A Delphi Study

  1. Helen Fake, The Motley Fool & George Mason University, United States
  2. Nada Dabbagh, George Mason University, United States
Tuesday, November 5 1:45 PM-2:15 PM Regent

Abstract: Current research in K-12 and Higher Education suggests that personalized learning may be a promising strategy for offering students a sense of ownership over their learning process supporting the development of new skillsets, scaffolding lifelong learning practices, reducing time spent on learning tasks, and managing information overload. Despite the promise of the K-12 and Higher Education findings, limited research has been conducted on the use of personalized learning strategies in Workforce Training and Development Programs. Additionally, a literature review revealed that definitions and implementations of personalized learning vary considerably based on what is being personalized (distribution channel, interface, content, functionality), ...