Although it may be the norm, a one-size-fits-all, top-down teaching plan is grossly inadequate for most teaching contexts. Because each learner’s brains are running on vastly differently designed neuro-networks and because each learner will necessarily have a different set of passions, it is impossible to equally raise motivation across the board and therefore equally impossible to provide a high support context to each learner if the teaching is not differentiated for the students. That is, learners should be allowed to follow their passions within the bounds of the learning context and they should be give ample individualized high support to reach individualized goals within those bounds of the learning context.
Q. How is this online course's pedagogic design representative of this maxim?