Weekend Today | 16 June 2013

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An education revolution could improve students schoolingChris Bonnor

CPD fellow Chris Bonnor talks education and personalised learning

The Australian education system currently has a general curriculum that attempts to suit most students. However many students do not respond well to this ‘one size fits all’ method and could potentially perform better with more personalised learning. Research indicates that with personalised learning students’ attendance increases, they pay more attention and are better engaged in the learning experience.

“There’s been a lot of talk about Gonski education funds and how they’ll stop thousands of Australian children falling behind at school. But one man believes a bike could be the simplest solution. Chris Bonnor is from Big Picture Schools and the Centre for Policy Development”

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