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SSAT - Specialist schools and academies trust « Personalising learning ». London : International Networking for Educational Transformation(iNet). En ligne : <http://www.ssat-inet.ne ... sonalisinglearning.aspx> (consultĂ© le 4 dĂ©cembre 2008). 
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Resource type: Web Article
BibTeX citation key: SSATSpecialistschoolsandacademiestrust
Categories: Individualisation
Keywords: enseignement individualisé, politique éducative
Creators: SSAT - Specialist schools and academies trust
Publisher: International Networking for Educational Transformation(iNet) (London)
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URLs     http://www.ssat-in ... isinglearning.aspx
Abstract     
"Personalised learning is the challenge to meet more of the needs of more students more fully than has been achieved in the past.
It is about ensuring that more students achieve their full potential during their school years and are better prepared for lifelong learning.
It is concerned with a transformation of education and schooling that is fit for citizens in the 21st century.
Since 2004 iNet and the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust have supported research, led by Professor David Hargreaves, into effective personalisation. The results of this research, and the practice it is based on, are now being shared worldwide via iNet's networks, events and publications."
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