You can occupy your own learning by finding your strengths and weaknesses. Then find your passion and go for it. When you are passionate, others will learn from you.
"Each person is unique and different and they are reaching out to get what they need wherever they can find it. Even the theorist John Dewey wrote in 1897:
"The teacher is not in the school to impose certain ideas or to form certain habits in the child, but is there as a member of the community to select the influences which shall affect the child and to assist him in properly responding to these influences."
Personalizing learning will help your students do more than increase their scores because they will own their learning and use higher-order thinking skills that they will need to be global citizens and marketable."
In this blog, Barbara advocates what we already know that each child is unique as they enter the classroom. In order for them to achieve their hopes and dreams, it imperative that we help them know and understand their sterngths, weaknesses and attributes so that they can occupy their learning from the start.