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What pathways are being designed in today's schools to personalize the learning experience?
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Leadership for Personalised Learning - Leading change

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From the National College for School Leadership

 

"Personalising learning represents a significant challenge, in personal and organisational terms, to long-established beliefs, practices, structures and procedures. It is essential that school leaders secure commitment and build confidence in new ways of thinking and working.

 

The principles of leading change are now widely understood, if not always acted on. Personalised learning is more than another change, it has the potential to be a fundamental reworking of the historic pattern of schooling. It is therefore vital that school leaders use the change process as a model of best practice."

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About the 4 Key Components of Personalised Learning

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The National College for School Leadership outlines the key components to personalised learning along with case studies, practical tools, reflective questions and the results of a national survey in the UK.  

 

"Personalising learning is the process which empowers the learner, with appropriate support and advice, to decide what, where, when and how they learn.

 

Personalising learning balances the demands of the curriculum (content) with the work of the teacher (delivery) with the engagement of the individual learner. This is achieved by developing the engagement of learners in the management and design of their learning experiences."

 

The four specific strategies to support this shift are:

 

>  Learning how to learn

>  Teaching and learning strategies

>  Curriculum choice

>  Mentoring and support

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