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The 5 W's of Personalized Learning eCourse-Starts May 8th. Sign-up Today!

The 5 W's of Personalized Learning eCourse-Starts May 8th. Sign-up Today! | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it

The 5 W’s are the What, Who, Where, Why, and Wow to Personalize Learning. Learn what is and what is not personalized learning, learn how learners learn best, walk through the Three Stages of Personalized Learning Environments, understand how teacher and learner roles will change, and how to use assessment AS learning. 

The 5 W's eCourse includes five webinars, online asynchronous discussions, web conferencing, chats, resources, rubrics, checklists, templates, transforming an activity to Stage One, and participation in a Community of Practice. The webinars will be archived for participants in different timezones.

 

 

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The 5 W's of Personalized Learning begins on May 8th and will provide teachers, coaches, and administrators the what, who, where, why, and wow of personalizing learning with the opportunity for participants to learn how they can personalize learning and collaborate in the Community of Practice with teachers from all over the world.

 

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Lisa Treml Welch's comment, April 16, 2013 7:13 AM
I am taking the course right now and can't tell you how much it has made me think much deeper into my practice and how though I am familiar with and use personalized learning in my room, there is so much more to learn and grow from. This course is well worth the time and provides great collaboration!
Audrey's comment, April 17, 2013 8:35 PM
I would like to take part in the next course as I need to learn new ways of handling the amount of new research that I have to learn for tutoring, teaching and writing my lesson booklets.
Kathleen McClaskey's comment, April 17, 2013 8:47 PM
Audrey- We look forward to your participation with teachers from Australia and Spain.
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5 W's of Personalized Learning - Spring Series starts April 14th

5 W's of Personalized Learning - Spring Series starts April 14th | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
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Join us on April 14th in the all NEW 5 W’s of Personalized Learning eCourse where you will learn the What, Who, Wow, Where, and Why to Personalize Learning. This eCourse includes what is and what is not personalized learning, how learners learn best using the Personal Learner Profile, the process using the new Version 3 of the Three Stages of Personalized Learning Environments (PLE), how teacher and learner roles will change, and why you need a common language and rationale for personalized learning when transforming teaching and learning. Collaborate with other educators in a Community of Practice.


This course can be take for 2 Graduate Credits or 30 hours of PD. The course webinars take place on Tuesdays: 4/14,  4/28, 5/12, 5/26, 6/9 [2pm PDT, 3pm MDT, 4pm CDT, 5pm EDT], next day for most of our international participants. - See more and register at: http://www.personalizelearning.com/p/5-ws.html

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Barbara Bray's curator insight, December 8, 2014 10:35 AM

The 5 W's of Personalized Learning eCourse is a 10 week online course with 5 webinars with activities and resources in a community of practice. 

 

Danette Carroll, 8th grade Language Arts teacher, Luella Middle School, Henry County Schools, GA shared:

""I liked seeing your faces, posting and reading replies, online sessions, and watching the videos. I have no suggestions as this is the best online class experience I have had to date. The other day I was in my principal's office and we were talking about how to get teachers to make "The Shift"- I told him that everyone should have the opportunity to take this class! "

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Discover EPiC - Re-Imagine Education

Discover EPiC - Re-Imagine Education | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
EpiC elementary in Liberty, MO is a model of personalized learning. Not just a school but an idea, philosophy, and journey for every person.
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Do not miss what happens with learners at EPiC Elementary that Re-imagined Education! 


EPiC Elementary (Liberty, Missouri) is an innovative, personalized, project-based learning community infused with technology designed to INSPIRE learners to be CREATIVE and THINK BIG! Learners use REAL tools and REAL materials to collaboratively construct REAL world applications of their knowledge. Our learning environment focuses on three areas for all learners: Equipping Learners, Engaging Communities, and Empowering Creativity.
 

Empower Creativity
EPIC provides a learning environment where students discover, embrace, and integrate authentic learning experiences to create and design real-world applications of their knowledge.  
         
Equip Students
EPIC provides a learning environment through a personalized education where learners become collaborators, critical and creative thinkers, and communicators.


Engage Communities
EPIC provides a learning environment where learners, families, educators, and experts are fully engaged in authentic learning experiences designed to inspire kids.
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British Columbia Education Plan 2015: Personalized Learning for Every Student

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British Columbia recently updated their education plan and the focus again is on Personalized Learning for Every Student. 

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What Do We Really Mean When We Say ‘Personalized Learning’?

What Do We Really Mean When We Say ‘Personalized Learning’? | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
The definition of "personalized learning" is as varied as the richness of instruction tailored to learners.
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Diane Laufenberg, director of Inquiry Schools, shares her understanding of what "Personalized Learning" means. 


”For Laufenberg, personalization only comes when students have authentic choice over how to tackle a problem. A personalized environment gives students the freedom to follow a meaningful line of inquiry, while building the skills to connect, synthesize and analyze information into original productions."


Read more about Personalized Learning on www.personalizelearning.com and join in the #plearnchat on Feb 10th at 7pm ET where the topic will be PBL and PL.


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Competency Education Gains a Seat at the Congressional Negotiating Table

Competency Education Gains a Seat at the Congressional Negotiating Table | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
KnowledgeWorks and The International Association for K-12 Online Learning have partnered to release recommendations for ESEA reauthorization.
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Here is some exciting news for those education advocates that have worked to change federal policy to include competency-based education. Take a few minutes to comment on Senator Alexander's draft to include new assessment options in the re-authorization of ESEA.


"Senator Alexander’s discussion draft proposes two policy changes that would advance the K-12 competency education movement. He is accepting comments on his discussion draft until February 2, 2015 at fixingNCLB@help.senate.gov.

  • The draft proposes two assessment options. The first would maintain current law by requiring statewide testing annually in grades 3 through 8 and once in high school. The second would establish a state-defined option where states could develop an assessment system that may include any combination of annual statewide summative assessments, grade span assessments, and competency-based performance assessments.
  • The draft proposes to let states use federal funding reserved for the design and implementation of state assessment instruments to build competency-based assessments."
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8 Things to Look For in Today's Classroom

8 Things to Look For in Today's Classroom | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it

Visual created by Sylvia Duckworth from George Couros blog on "8 Things to Look for in Today's Classroom" published on January 8, 2013.


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George Couros provided insight on the 8 things we need to look for in today's classrooms. Sylvia Duckworth recently created this graphic that represents George's blog post from Jan. 2013. These 8 things are elements that you would discover in a personalized learning environment where the learners become self-directed and self-motivated. Thank you George for providing a narrative about these 8 things to share with the education world.


  • Voice
  • Choice
  • Time for Reflection
  • Opportunities for Innovation
  • Critical Thinkers
  • Problem Solvers/Finders
  • Self- Assessment
  • Connected Learning
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Adan Ramos's curator insight, January 21, 11:25 AM

Algunas ideas para considerar en el salón de clases

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Personalize Learning Twitter Chat: #plearnchat - Jan. 12th

Personalize Learning Twitter Chat:  #plearnchat - Jan. 12th | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Archive of Personalize Learning's first Twitter chat on 1/12/15 using #plearnchat.
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Check out this blog with the Storify of our first #plearnchat from Monday, January 12th. The six questions we discussed were:

  1. What is Personalized Learning?
  2. What are the myths about Personalized Learning?
  3. How does Personalized Learning affect teacher practice?
  4. How is a learner different than a student?
  5. When you were in school, did you see yourself as a learner or a student and why?
  6. What type of support system needs to be in place to personalize learning?


Join us on our next Twitter Chat on Monday, January 26th at 7PM ET where the topic will be Flexible Learning Spaces.

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Infographic: 10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015

Infographic: 10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015 | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it

Infographic on the 10 Trends to Personalize Learning

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Take a close look at the 10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015 and follow us this year as we blog on each trend.

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Barbara Bray's curator insight, January 1, 3:18 PM

We decided our 10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015 needed a visual so we created this infographic. Enjoy!

Shanta Vichare's curator insight, January 11, 2:40 PM

I  really liked the UDL Design Approach. It gives  a lot  of space to learners and voice  thoughts of the learner.  Hundreds of schools are way behind still using "traditional models ' of learning & teaching.

what is surprising is that the Head od the Deparments still don't know what is happening is  E_ teach  or New Trends of Teaching.

Shanita Vichare 

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Personalized Learning and Query Books

Personalized Learning and Query Books | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Borrow a strategy from Isaac Newton and have your students keep a journal of their questions as they grow their own ideas for personalized learning.
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Discover how Cathy Knutson took Genius Hour and had her learners create Query Books.  How ingenious! She makes reference to two resources, Where Good Ideas Come From and What Do you do with an Idea to help her bring her idea to life. Here are her comments about the process her learners took to develop Query Books.


"As students record their ideas, several things happen. They are giving their ideas a voice, recording them so they will be remembered, and building the habit of paying attention to their ponderings. Each query book would act as a personalized idea "bucket list" of sorts. As they collected and cultivated ideas over time, they would no doubt find that some have more merit than others (a truth that all great minds must accept). Although not every idea is born for greatness, each would help students become more creative thinkers."

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Changing Perceptions - Every Child a Learner

Changing Perceptions - Every Child a Learner | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Discover how to create a culture where learners are more valued than students.
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The learner uses the UDL lens to share their strengths and challenges in learning, their preferences or needs to access, engage and express as well as their aspirations, talents and interests. At that moment when a learner is able to tell their story about how they learn with their teacher, the "partnership in learning" begins between the teacher and the learner. This opens the door for the teacher to have a conversation with the learner about learning goals, skills and strategies that the learner needs to work on to reduce any barriers and maximize learning. The undeniable outcome in using the UDL lens is that the child has been validated as a learner. This is something that rarely occurs today in anyone's education and will have a positive and profound impact for any learner. 
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Webinar: Make Learning Personal

Webinar: Make Learning Personal | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Check out the archive of the webinar, Make Learning Personal from its Learning.
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If you missed the Make Learning Personal webinar on November 19th, here is way to view it along with the twitter chat that went on during the webinar. About 100 educators from around the country joined in this session that focused on learning and learners.


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District Conditions for Scale: A Practical Guide to Scaling Personalized Learning

District Conditions for Scale: A Practical Guide to Scaling Personalized Learning | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
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KnowledgeWorks released a paper, “District Conditions for Scale: A Practical Guide to Scaling Personalized Learning,” which lays out 10 district-level conditions needed to scale personalized learning. Discover what they recommend as conditions in scaling a personalized learning system in a k-12 school district.


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Free Webinar & Book: "Make Learning Personal" - Nov 19th, 3pm ET

Free Webinar & Book: "Make Learning Personal" - Nov 19th, 3pm ET | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
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Join Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey, authors of the book, 'Make Learning Personal,' as they share research and pedagogy behind the term 'Personalized Learning,' along with examples, anecdotes, and stories from the classroom. Explore the differences in personalization, differentiation, and individualization and learn strategies for using the 'Stages of Personalized Learning' as a process in your classroom.


To receive the free book, you need to be registered and must attend the webinar.

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Scaling Personalized Learning

Scaling Personalized Learning | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it

Jesse Moyer, Manager of Strategic Initiatives at KnowledgeWorks wrote a post on how to reach a level of scale that provides personalized learning for all learners.

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Jesse Moyer shared his research on scaling personalized learning from the recent KnowledgeWorks paper, District Conditions for Scale, that he co-authored.  Here is some of his reflections about the importance of meta-themes and the ten conditions to scale personalized learning.


"While the conditions themselves are extremely important, it is the meta-themes that serve as the connective tissues of the conditions and are the reason that a district must implement each of the ten conditions in order to successfully scale practices to improve teaching, learning, and student achievement.

Vision
The district’s vision should include the guiding principles on which each decision a district makes should be based.  Each of the conditions should be aligned to the district’s vision for teaching and learning.

Culture
The vision clearly informs the culture each district is trying to create.  A strong culture will encourage risk-taking among district and school leaders and teachers while enabling innovation at every level of the district.

Transparency
Transparency allows everyone in the district, from board members to community partners to parents and students, to take chances without fear of failure.  By encouraging transparency, everyone in the district is better able to make decisions based on the best interests of the students."
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"The End of Average" presented by Dr. Todd Rose

Eight Harvard Ed School faculty members have eight minutes each to present their bold ideas for impact.
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Do not miss this all important video where Dr. Todd Rose explains why we need to abandon the "average" in education and create an education system that focuses on the individual learner. We can not continue in the current "average" system that was designed during the Industrial Age to support an Industrial Age economy. We need a system, as Dr. Rose points out, designed where "each student can become their very best". 

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10 Reasons I Wish My Children Could Have Experienced Personalized Learning

10 Reasons I Wish My Children Could Have Experienced Personalized Learning | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
I was asked recently what it is about personalized learning that would make me want my children to learn in that environment. The question started me to think from a parent perspective about the va...
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Jim Rickabaugh, Director of the Institute at CESA #1 shares a personal perspective on the 10 reasons he wished his children could have experienced personalized learning. Jim clearly articulates his introspective thoughts that so many parents, including myself, would have liked to have shared. Thank you Jim for giving a parent's perspective.

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Flexible Learning Spaces: #plearnchat 1/26/15

Flexible Learning Spaces: #plearnchat 1/26/15 | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
This is the archive of the second #plearnchat on Flexible Learning Spaces on 1/26/15.
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Our main question "how do learning spaces impact learning and learners?" helped guide the direction of the conversations and the chat was amazing!!  Our second #plearnchat on Flexible Learning Spaces went by so fast that we are so glad that we  archived it using Storify so we can take time in one place to review all the ideas, resources, research, pictures, and videos that was shared in the chat.

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9 Barriers to Personalized Learning And How We May Work Around Them

9 Barriers to Personalized Learning And How We May Work Around Them | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
I didn’t know I was doing personalized learning when I first changed the way I taught.  It wasn’t until I wrote about it in a blog post and someone gave me the name and description that it clicked.  It made sense really; I wanted students to have a voice, have choice, and to be re-ignited passionate learners within my classroom, all tenets of the personalized learning philosophy.  For me it was a no brainer; why not teach in a such a way that students would want to be part of the learning?  Why not teach in such a way that students became experts and have a place alongside the teacher?  Yet, wherever I go resistance remains for personalized learning.  In fact, some educators or districts are quite against it, but for many different reasons.  I cannot be alone in seeing this resistance, so I thought a discussion of what those barriers may be and how you can approach a discussion to work around them would be in order.
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Pernille shares 9 barriers that educators may have about personalized learning and offers some discussion points on how you may want to reframe your thinking. 


Change is difficult and personalize learning often finds resistance because it may not be understood. Discover some great ideas from Pernille.

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inspiration4kidz's curator insight, January 31, 4:52 PM

I think the first step may be for teachers to experience their own self-directed learning.  It is hard to imagine until you do it.

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Creating Personalized Learning for Everyone

Creating Personalized Learning for Everyone | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Katherine Prince, Senior Director at KnowledgeWorks, writes about her work on the future of learning.
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Katherine Prince Senior Director, Strategic Foresight of KnowledgeWorks shares her personal vision for the future of learning as part of TEDxColumbus.  Her talk, “A Vision for Radically Personalized Learning,” explored the possibility of truly putting students at the center of the expanding learning ecosystem.


In this guest post, she also refers to her latest paper,Innovating toward Vibrant Learning Ecosystems: Ten Pathways for Transforming Learning,” that aims to help education stakeholders move from vision to action in creating a learning ecosystem that is vibrant for all learners and not just for those with means. This graphic represents the ten pathways to create that learning ecosystem.
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Starting Small but Dreaming Big to Personalize Learning

Starting Small but Dreaming Big to Personalize Learning | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Bryan Bronn, Principal of Branson Junior High in Missouri, shares their journey to personalize learning.
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Bryan Bronn shares this sign created by one of his learners who embraces personalized learning and realizes what it means to educate. Bryan also.describes his journey about creating personalized learning environments at Branson Junior High School and offers some great advice to administrators who are thinking about doing this at their schools. 


"Building robust educator capacity for personalizing the learning environment of a classroom, a teaching team or an entire school, requires empowering your teaching and learning team to experience the richness of personalized learning themselves. If you expect your team to facilitate personalized learning experiences for their learners, you must allow them to build their own island of success with personalized learning. Your school’s model will have common characteristics with other models of personalized learning from around the country and world; however it will also be unique if you allow your team to truly personalize your journey.  We encourage you to go create your own island of success with personalized learning!"
- See more at: http://www.personalizelearning.com/2015/01/starting-small-but-dreaming-big-to.html#sthash.rkT0Vyjw.dpuf
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10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015

10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015 | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Check out the 10 Trends to Personalize Learning around Learning Culture, Learning Environments, Deeper Learning and Partnerships in Learning.
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2015 is the year the focus will finally turn the corner by organizations in education and the business world to get it right: it is about the learner. We put together four large concepts that encompass the 10 trends that you will see impacting learning starting this coming year:
  • Learning Culture
  • Learning Environments
  • Partnerships in Learning
  • Deeper Learning


Throughout 2015, we will be taking each one of these trends and elaborating on them in future posts. So expect some interesting posts around each of these concepts sprinkled with stories, examples and models. We encourage input from you and maybe can share some of your stories and journey. Contact us at personalizelearn@gmail.com
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Bernard VULLIERME's curator insight, December 18, 2014 11:55 AM

Exercice de trêve des confiseurs : traduire (ou non) ces tendances dans le cadre de l'entreprise 

Anita Vance's curator insight, December 19, 2014 9:04 AM

insight for planning....


Jennifer Gandarias's curator insight, December 29, 2014 11:55 AM

This will be a good site to follow and apply to my English classroom.  I am already on this path but new insight will be helpful in the development.

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Access, Engage, and Express: The Lens for Teaching and Learning

Access, Engage, and Express: The Lens for Teaching and Learning | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Access, Engage, and Express, based on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles, is the lens for teaching and learning for all learners.
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Access, Engage, and Express (TM) is the lens for understanding how anyone learns best. The reason we came up with these three words was to help educators easily understand their learners using this lens. We want Access, Engage, and Express to be an integral part of their daily approach to teaching and learning.  Using Access, Engage and Express was developed from the Universal Design for Learning® (UDL) principles that are based on neuroscience and how we learn.

"UDL is the framework for Personalized Learning."
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Barbara Bray's curator insight, December 8, 2014 10:29 AM

Why do teachers and learners need a lens for learning? This post will share the importance of understanding how you learn best. Access is about how you transform and process information into useable knowledge. Engage is how you best engage with content. Express is how you demonstrate what you know and understand. If you use this lens, you and your teacher become partners in learning. 

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Learning Environment as the Third Educator

Learning Environment as the Third Educator | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Reggio Emilia approach has a strong belief that children learn through interaction with others while teachers observe and document the learning.
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The Reggio Emilia approach is about having children seen as competent, resourceful, curious, imaginative, inventive and to possess a desire to interact and communicate with others. The learning environment, the third educator, invites learners to explore and discover on their own as teachers and parents observe and document the process. 
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Norton Gusky's curator insight, November 22, 2014 9:09 AM

Carnegie Mellon University and Carlow University in Pittsburgh have been leaders in using the Reggio Emilia model for early childhood. Reggio Emilia sees technology as one tool that actively engages the child. The environment is really a Maker Space giving young learners the tools to learn based on their interests.

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, November 22, 2014 12:22 PM

The teaching/learning environment is a technology that is often overlooked.

 

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Proving Performance vs. ImProving Learning

Proving Performance vs. ImProving Learning | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Chris Watkins writes about the relationship between learning and performance in schools.
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Chris Watkins' article, Research Matters: Learning, Performance and Improvement, is about the relationship between learning in schools and performance in schools.  Watkins' research concludes that a focus on learning can enhance performance, where a focus on performance alone can depress performance. With traditional instruction, the climate in the classrooms becomes more performance oriented over years of schooling.

A performance-oriented environment focuses on looking good
rather than learning well.

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6 Changes Toward Personalized Learning

6 Changes Toward Personalized Learning | Personalize Learning (#plearnchat) | Scoop.it
Say personalized learning to most people and it conjures up classrooms where every child is doing their own thing and the teacher is furiously trying to maintain order and overview in an otherwise ...
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Pernille shares some pointers on how to begin on the path of personalized learning.  She advises educators to look at what you are already doing that would count as a step toward personalized learning. Here are the six changes she suggests:


> Change the way they sit.

> Change the way they work.

> Change the knowledge they have.

> Change the expectations for all.

> Change the timeline.

> Change the conversation.

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