Learning material presented in small units of personalized instruction. Behavioral psychologist Fred Keller, developed this approach, which bears his name. Instructors only facilitate, grade as pass or fail, administer no punishment at any learning stage. A student takes a test on the completed unit when the student feels ready to do so. Depending on the result, other units are given at the student’s pace.

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