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Holistic Education Transformation - Empower School Leaders with a Transformation Framework - Microsoft in Education blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

Holistic Education Transformation - Empower School Leaders with a Transformation Framework - Microsoft in Education blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs | personalized learning | Scoop.it
Office 365 for Education - helpful technical information gathered by the U.S. Education Cloud Specialist Team Unit, consisting of Solution Specialists and Cloud Architects. The posts pertain to Office 365 for Education, Live@edu, and other education cloud topics.

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How Transparency Can Transform School Culture

How Transparency Can Transform School Culture | personalized learning | Scoop.it
Leaders who demonstrate a continual desire to learn and connect whenever possible help set a precedence of transparency and innovation in a school's culture.

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27 Simple Ways To Check For Understanding

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“ 27 Simple Ways To Check For Understanding”
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The 21st Century Principal: Establishing a PBL-Friendly Culture in Your Classroom, School or District

The 21st Century Principal: Establishing a PBL-Friendly Culture in Your Classroom, School or District | personalized learning | Scoop.it
“PBL (Project Based Learning) offers a unique opportunity for teachers and students to join together in the inquiry process.” Thom Markham, Project Based Learning: Design and Coaching Guide With the advent of Common Core Standards, there's a great deal of talk from school districts about moving to Project Based Learning because the kinds of learning asked for in those standards can better be approached through a PBL model. I have heard several districts speak about this change in instructional approach as if it were some kind of basic cosmetic change that could make to their schools. Many still view PBL as instructional strategy that can be added or bolted into their existing schools and classroom systems. Unfortunately, Project Based learning won’t work that way. It can’t be bolted on top of the existing classroom practice. To be successful with PBL requires a fundamental change in teaching philosophy for everyone, from the teacher in the classroom to the school board member.
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How to Ignite Intellectual Curiosity in Students

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“ I personally have never seen a student that was not curious about something.”
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UDL Guides Personalizing Learning to Meet the Common Core

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is used to design curriculum, lessons and instruction based on the diversity of the learners in their classroom.

 

How can UDL guide personalize learning to meet the Common Core?

 

When a teacher understands his/her learners through the UDL lens, he/she creates a flexible learning environment and provides opportunities for learner voice and choice. When lessons are designed using the UDL model, the lesson includes goals, methods, materials, tools, and assessments to reach and support the maximum amount of learners in the classroom.

 

Learners can use this model to help them understand how they learn best and what learning path they can take to become an independent expert learner, leveraging their natural abilities in the process. This process helps the learner create their personal learning profile that is understood by both teacher and learner.

 

The importance of this strategy is that both the teacher and the learner understand who the learner is and how they learn best. The learner and the teacher uses the UDL lens to personalize learning. So what does that look like?

 

An example of an 8th Grade unit on the Civil War serves as an example along with two students who can meet a number of CCSS when they choose and use the tools to support their learning.

 

Explore our new website, Personalize Learning (www.personalizelearning.com), to learn more about the research, models and educators who are personalizing learning.

 


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RATOMAHENINA HARRY's curator insight, March 24, 2014 4:45 AM

Éducation / Exemplarité /Peace / Change thé World / Solidarité

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, March 24, 2014 8:11 AM

UDL Guides Personalizing Learning to Meet the Common Core

Nicky Mohan's curator insight, March 24, 2014 3:14 PM

Personalized learning is what 21st Century Learning is all about

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10 Predictions for Personalized Learning

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Check out what Personalized Learning


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Thomas Salmon's curator insight, May 6, 2013 1:34 PM

Interesting, in other ways this could also be seen as framing learning as a constant performance of assessment. Where do you draw the line ?

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Around the Corner @MGuhlin Cobbling Together an LMS: Towards Self-Directed Learning

Around the Corner @MGuhlin Cobbling Together an LMS: Towards Self-Directed Learning | personalized learning | Scoop.it

...cutting-edge learning environments that allow learners to be self-directed are where it is at. I sense a mountain of resentment when I'm told to learn something, to use ONE technology (e.g. paper-n-pencil, computer, iPad, whatever) but when I'm invited to explore, to make my own connections with a text, with ideas, I'm inclined to blog it, to curate content, to do more with various devices.


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, March 23, 2014 10:22 PM

I can learn anything I want to learn... Pinned on the wall above my computer.

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The Top 100 Tools to Capture, Edit, Publish and Distribute Video Online

The Top 100 Tools to Capture, Edit, Publish and Distribute Video Online | personalized learning | Scoop.it
“The best tools and services to capture, edit, publish and distribute video online.”
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Mª Jesús García S.M.'s curator insight, January 13, 1:58 AM

Awfully good list!

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añada su visión ...

Ness Crouch's curator insight, April 9, 8:31 PM

Wow! Extensive Lots of ideas here!!

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David Truss :: 7 Ways to Transform Your Classroom

David Truss :: 7 Ways to Transform Your Classroom | personalized learning | Scoop.it

David Truss shares his Inquiry Hub model and a Slideshare presentation on the 7 Ways to Transform Your Classroom along with audio recordings of the Classroom 2.0 Show "Inquiry Learning and Empowering Students" on September 29th.  Here is just a glimpse of the 7 Ways to transform your classroom.

 

> Transforming Classrooms with Inquiry: It starts with educators asking really good questions.

> Transforming Classrooms with Voice: Be it a presentation to a small group, the entire school, the local community or online (with the world), work with students to craft their message in thoughtful, well represented ways.

> Transforming Classrooms with Audience: Through the use of blogs, wikis, digital portfolios and social media tools, you can invite the world to be a participatory audience in the work that our students do.

> Transforming Classrooms with Community: Provide opportunities for projects to extend beyond age-group peers to include younger and/or older students, parents and teachers, community members, subject area experts, and students from around the globe.

> Transforming Classrooms with Leadership: Buddy up with students in younger classes. Create activities and events which truly allow students to ‘run the show’.

> Transforming Classrooms with Play: There is a lot of pedagogy in play (at all ages). Do we provide “gaps” in our teaching? Time and spaces where students can be creative beyond the scope of the content we are teaching?

> Transforming Classrooms with Networks: Skype is a great tool to bring classes from across the country or across the globe together.

 

Thank you David for sharing your model and vision to transform learning!

 


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I am looking forward to learning these transformations, audrey@homeschoolsource.co.uk
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Why a Later School Start Time Improves Teens' Focus and Other Fascinating News on the Web

Why a Later School Start Time Improves Teens' Focus and Other Fascinating News on the Web | personalized learning | Scoop.it
by David Pell, Time You snooze, you win!
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The Inquiry Process Explained Visually for Teachers

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“ Learning is all about being curious and inquisitive. It is a process in which learners explore the unknown through their senses using both sensory and motor skills. Being involved and engaged...”
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YSSSchoolClosure2011 - Student Directed Learning (What it means for students?)

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Personalized Learning Wiki.  Love the graphic!

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UDL and Transition

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This week’s session in the UDL course focused on UDL in transition planning.  This really hit home for me as I have been supporting my teenage daughter with significant disabilities through postsec...

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A father shares how the UDL lens helped in developing a transition plan for his daughter, Brooke. Discover how each UDL principle was used in developing that plan.  Here is just the first:

 

Principle 1: provide multiple means of representation

 

>> Connected Brooke with volunteer opportunities at a dog rescue and kennel to explore hands on what it means to be in a career working with animals, and used a guitar, youtube videos, and iPad apps for pianos, to explore her interest in music

 

>> Explored www.alife4me.org for community career ideas.

 

 

Communica8GH's curator insight, December 30, 2012 7:26 AM

You won't want to miss this if you help with transitions.

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Education I Wish i Had

In the world of educational technology, we often hear Pedagogy Before the Technology. hmmmm . . . really? By Jackie Gerstein


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CBAM: Stages of Concern about Personalized Learning

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CBAM: Stages of Concern about Personalized Learning provides descriptions and strategies to guide change for each stage.

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Kathleen McClaskey's curator insight, February 22, 2013 8:22 AM

Change is not easy. If you are considering transforming to personalized learning environments, you may have concerns about the changes you have to do to make this work for you and your learners. If you are a coach or professional developer, you are working with teachers guiding them through the changes they need to do to personalize learning. This chart can help you determine what type of strategies to use to guide change about the following seven stages:

> Awareness:  do not know about or sure what Personalized Learning is
> Informational: tell me more about Personalized Learning
> Personal: concerned how Personalized Learning will impact them as a teacher
> Management: concerned about managing the classroom when learning is personalized
> Consequence: wants to know how Personalized Learning will impact teaching and learning
> Collaborative: looking forward to share with and learn from other teachers
> Refocusing: nterested to support teachers and lead the way to personalize learning

Karin Gitchel's curator insight, February 26, 2013 11:40 AM

This model provides a great starting point for addressing the concerns of change inside both the education department and elsewhere.

Javier Marrero Acosta's curator insight, August 6, 4:52 AM

Change is not easy. If you are considering transforming to personalized learning environments, you may have concerns about the changes you have to do to make this work for you and your learners. If you are a coach or professional developer, you are working with teachers guiding them through the changes they need to do to personalize learning. This chart can help you determine what type of strategies to use to guide change about the following seven stages:

> Awareness:  do not know about or sure what Personalized Learning is
> Informational: tell me more about Personalized Learning
> Personal: concerned how Personalized Learning will impact them as a teacher
> Management: concerned about managing the classroom when learning is personalized
> Consequence: wants to know how Personalized Learning will impact teaching and learning
> Collaborative: looking forward to share with and learn from other teachers
> Refocusing: nterested to support teachers and lead the way to personalize learning