In my online classroom, personalized learning looked a little different. Students could read through the content as many times as they liked and could move as fast as they wanted through the content (we do, however, require a minimum pacing). We offer extra resources for students and synchronous learning sessions for those that need it. Of course, online learning itself is also a way of personalizing learning for the student. Many of our online students prefer online learning for a variety of reasons - medical, pacing, athletics, etc.
We are, however, working on improving the learning experience for our students. One way I'd love to do this is by having the students defend their learning. I first was exposed to this idea during the Gre4t Convening over the summer. The students prepared websites and other media to "prove" to others what they learned in their classes. It was incredible to see them take responsibility for their learning in this way.
So, I know of various ways we can personalize learning, but I'm looking forward to learning more and thinking about how these methods can be applied not only in our courses with students, but also in our training courses, which is the focus of my current position at Georgia Virtual.