The personalization of learning for all learners requires a systems approach to change. Whether your system is large like a school district, small like a classroom or varied like blended learning environments, I hope to provide the information and connections to help move us all forward.
Mapping a Personalized Learning Journey – K-12 Students and Parents Connects the Dots with Digital Learning is the first in a two part series to document the key national findings from Speak Up 2011. This report focuses on ...
Online platforms such as Twitter and Pinterest can inform every step of the research process, says Amanda Alampi, enabling academics to become lifelong students (Social media is more than simply a marketing tool for academic research
gjmueller: “Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy: The interlocking of cognitive processes This great new diagram show the interlocking gears of cognitive thought and every cog-word links directly to an iPad app...
On March 20th, CESA #1 in Wisconsin will hold it's first Youth Summit where over 100 middle and high school students will gather to learn about emerging practices to move their region towards a personalized experience. Students will be able to register their opinions and engage in conversation around their responses. Included will be a student panel where they share their reflections and observations of their experiences in personal learning environments.
"Mind, Brain and Education" publication from "Students at the Center" has been released. "What does brain research tell us about how we learn and how learning, in turn, shapes the architecture of the brain?
The Institute @ CESA #1 is introducing the stages of the Learning Independence Continuum in their blog following the release of the white paper, The Learning Independence Continuum. In their first post they provide an overview with the remaining posts focusing on one of the stages of the continuum.
"In personalized learning environments, learning activities will fall all along this continuum – at times it’s more important for the educator to drive the work, at others, the learner will take the driver’s seat. However, in order for this to happen, all of the characteristics along the continuum should be developed and nurtured in each learner."
Back to School – SAS® Curriculum Pathways® Now Available to All icurio ...Virtual-Strategy MagazineKnovation, the leader in personalized learning solutions, announced today that it has expanded its collaboration with SAS to help schools as they...
"If the first stage of leading a culture of innovation is acknowledging that ‘organisations are not mechanisms and people are not components’, stage two is accepting that there’s no quick fix. “There are all kinds of things that will get in the way of creativity, but there is no guaranteed formula for making it happen,” says Robinson.
"He continues: “Very often people are looking for silver bullets: ‘How do we do it?’ There are rules and conventions you can learn from the past, but the great thing with creativity is there is always a chance you can come up with something completely different that no one has ever thought of before, and there is no set formula to get to that. It’s about recognising that this isn’t just about efficiency. It’s about a frame of mind. It’s a state of possibility that people have to engage with.”
Here is the Personalized Learning Guide for Parents in British Columbia as they embark in transforming their educational system. Under the British Columbia Education Plan, teachers, students and parents will work together to make sure every student’s needs are met, passions are explored and goals are achieved. This means student-centered learning that’s focused on the needs, strengths and aspirations of each individual young person. Students will play an active role in designing their own education and will be increasingly accountable for their own learning success. It’s all about putting students at the centre of education. That means giving teachers and schools the flexibility to make sure each student is well served by their educational program. Each student is unique and our education system will support each student’s interests and ways of learning.
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