Personalized Learning: Future Opportunities

Personalized Learning: Future Opportunities
by Katherine Prince Ten years ago, personalized learning was not yet a movement. Some schools and educators were pursuing it; others were planning it. But the idea that education could make use of the deep personalization that was beginning to take hold in other sectors was still novel. Today, personalized learning is far more established, with schools and districts across the United States ...
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Foundations of Personalized Learning Overview

Whether you are new to personalized learning or just need a refresher, this workshop is designed to provide an overview of personalized learning based on the Institute's model.  Members of the Institute's place-based network can send staff to this workshop free of charge. Join us to enhance your knowledge of personalized learning and explore ways in which you can begin to incorporate personaliz...
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Foundations of Personalized Learning Overview

Whether you are new to personalized learning or just need a refresher, this workshop is designed to provide an overview of personalized learning based on the Institute's model.  Members of the Institute's place-based network can send staff to this workshop free of charge. Join us to enhance your knowledge of personalized learning and explore ways in which you can begin to incorporate personaliz...
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What to Look for in a Personalized Learning Environment

As the personalized learning movement continues to grow, we are hearing with increasing frequency the question, “What should I look for when visiting a personalized learning environment?” This is an excellent question. Knowing what to look for can make the difference between seeing what seems to be a positive engaging learning environment and understanding the factors present that contribute to ma...
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eSchool News June 2010

CESA #1 Executive Director, Tim Gavigan, was interviewed by eSchool News regarding how the region and it's 45 school districts are mobilizing to transform public education.  To read the article, click on the photo below. Add your feedback and ideas to the comments sections.
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