MCL – Personalized Learning

Brief book review of Inevitable: Mass Customized Learning and my thoughts on keeping public schools relevant for another 100 years.


During the final stages of my masters program we were asked to complete a book study alongside working to complete our capstone project. At the time, I was annoyed by what seemed to be a sidebar task keeping me from focusing on the masterpiece that I would surely create for my capstone. That’s right, masterpiece. Like any good student, I began reading and reflecting weekly as required by the program. The book was an easy read, interesting enough, and the first week went by even though I was still mildly annoyed. The following weeks of reading were very surprising. A few weeks in, my priorities began to change and I became much more engaged in the book study, and much less worried about my masterpiece. Continue reading “MCL – Personalized Learning”