At its heart, learning has been and always will be a personal experience. The term 'personalizing learning' has been increasingly used by policy makers, educational theorists and practitioners alike, but one of the criticisms of it is that it means different things to different people. If it is to have lasting significance, it must unite the strands of thinking to help learners and their teachers achieve new levels of attainment. "Personalizing Learning in the 21st Century" brings together contributions from a wide range of educationalists interested in the idea of personalizing learning. Although the book is intended primarily for teachers and policy makers, it will be of interest to many others, in health education, consultancy, management, research and development, and industrial training. Reading this book should be a personalized learning experience for each and every one of us.