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Title: Personalised learning: a familiar concept to teachers? And which teachers? - A questionnaire-based survey of 43 secondary school teachers
Authors: Verpoorten, Dominique
Renson, Jean-Marie
Westera, Wim
Specht, Marcus
Keywords: personalisation
personalization
secondary education
teacher voice
questionnaire
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: This paper presents the main results of a questionnaire survey that sought to evaluate secondary school teachers’ familiarity with the notion of personalised learning and to relate it to personal, sociological and professional characteristics. The outcomes of this work are both an exploratory study aimed at defining more focused questions about the theme of personalisation, and the first tryout of the questionnaire designed to gather data. Although this was thus a preliminary study which did not lay claim to any more general scope, it still enables some hypotheses to be framed and examined in the light of the answers of 43 practitioners.
Description: Verpoorten, D., Renson, J.-M., Westera, W., & Specht, M. (2009). Personalised learning: a familiar concept to teachers? And which teachers? - A questionnaire-based survey of 43 secondary school teachers. In S. Walker, M. Ryan, & R. Teed (Eds.), Proceedings of the e-learning @ Greenwich Conference (pp. 61-67). Greenwich, UK. Please see also http://dspace.ou.nl/handle/1820/2096
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/3973
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