The Personalized Learning Profile is a self-assessment tool that identifies a student’s personal interests and learning styles. Research shows that everyone has a mix of learning styles, and for some, one learning style may be dominant over others.
The goal of the PLP is to understand how someone learns and then build learning opportunities from personal strengths. This is a key component of a learner-centred approach that allows teachers and students to co-design strategies to maximize learning opportunities.
The PLP has three main components: the identification of personal interests; a clear understanding of learning preferences; and the identification of learning style ranging from concrete to abstract, verbal to graphic.
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