12 Ways to Get the Most Out of the 2021 Annual National Convening on Personalized Learning – Virtual This Year!

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by Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist We get it - like so much else this last year, our Annual Personalized Learning Convening is going to look different from years past. However, if you dig a little deeper, you will see and experience similarities to our previous conferences. For instance, there will be many opportunities to expand your knowledge of learner-centered practices. You will be ab...
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Guest Post: Educators Can Shape the Future Now

Educators Can Shape the Future Now
by Katherine Prince, Vice President, Strategic Foresight, KnowledgeWorks Personalized learning is a powerful tool for change. Among its many benefits, personalized learning improves educational equity by reorienting learning around young people’s needs, interests, and goals. It also positions today’s education systems to respond to future needs. Those needs will be many. Changes brought on by te...
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9th Annual National Convening on Personalized Learning

The Institute for Personalized Learning’s Annual Convening is an opportunity for educators to come together to discuss emerging best practices, lessons learned, and introduce new topics or aspects of personalized learning. Southeastern Wisconsin represents the largest, most concentrated area in the country with the most robust and developed examples of personalized learning. Visit our Convening...
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9th Annual National Convening on Personalized Learning

The Institute for Personalized Learning’s Annual Convening is an opportunity for educators to come together to discuss emerging best practices, lessons learned, and introduce new topics or aspects of personalized learning. Southeastern Wisconsin represents the largest, most concentrated area in the country with the most robust and developed examples of personalized learning. Visit our Convening...
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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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