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Free Webinar on Personalized Learning at Mt. Abe HS in Vermont with the architects of the Pathways program. Webinar Series hosted by Personalize Learning.
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Mt. Abraham Union Middle/High School in Bristol, Vermont provides learners opportunities to choose their own path to graduation. How do they do that? Meet the people who will share the spectrum of offerings at Mt. Abe and how learners select and drive their learning path and high school plans. Listen and learn from John H. Clarke, Lauren Parren, Caroline Camara, and Josie Jordan who are the architects of the Pathways Program. Robin Kuhns is an eleventh grade learner at Mt. Abe who will share what personalized learning means to him and his pathways to graduation. - See more at: http://www.personalizelearning.com/2013/11/personalized-learning-at-mt-abraham-umhs.html#sthash.5uxGDUiN.dpuf
John H. Clarke shares the Pathways Program at Mt. Abraham High School and why all learning is personal.
In our interview with John, he reflects about personalized learning and what it means for high schools:
"Personalized learning emphasizes the beliefs, talents, interests and aspirations already in place, using them to probe deeply into the questions that the individual finds meaningful and useful. Personal questions then become tools for analysis and creative work. Personalized high schools use this dynamic process to make learning more effective as well as more applicable."
Read the entire interview in this post.