What is Personalized Learning?
Personalized Learning involves four core elements - targeted instruction, data-driven decisions, flexible content, and student reflection and ownership.
Based on our experience working with over 750 schools and 140 districts across the US., we have partnered with National university and Texas A & M International university in Laredo TX to created professional development modules, guides to provide a curated set of resources and access to literature about how personalized learning is most effectively applied in K-12 settings, alongside many of the tools and resources that we have internally developed to help our district partners launch, implement and sustain personalized learning.
Increasing student engagement and achievement, developing students as lifelong learners, preparing students for college and careers, and reducing inequities are common goals in schools across the US -- and, we know, are ones not easy to accomplish. But that does not mean they are impossible - many educators, administrators, researchers, and experts agree that, when done well, personalized learning makes a significant difference for students. While we recognize that personalized learning is, in many ways, good teaching amplified, there is no shortage of detailed, in-the-weeds as well as big picture questions about the implementation, the key elements, and the measures of success of personalized learning. But navigating all the information out there is challenging and it is often hard to find exact answers.
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