If You Build It, They Will Reflect

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by Sarah Mumm, Director of Educational Services, Kaneland Schools Student reflection has been a never ending journey for most school districts across the nation. In our current society it seems reflection is becoming a lost art. With real-time results in video gaming, social media that allows a person to get immediate thoughts on anything and everything they post, and even cars that tell you what...
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Scaling Student-Centered Learning: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

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by Donna Held, PL Coach, Richmond School District  Richmond’s personalized learning journey can be best described as slow but steady. You know the old saying, “slow and steady, wins the race.” Of course, we are not trying to win a race, but we have been moving consistently toward a learner-centered approach to education in our K-8 District School in the Lake Country Area of SE Wisconsin. Our tr...
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Practitioner Highlight Series: Customized Learning Paths

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Educators: Lisa Welch and Wanda Richardson District: Kettle Moraine School District School: KM Explore To learn more about the elements highlighted in this post, click the links below: Focus Element: Customized Learning Paths Additional Elements: Multiple Instructional Methods/Modes, Standards Guided Learning How are you incorporating the selected element in your classroom? In our  K/1 ...
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