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Creating Easy, Fun Personalized Learning

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Would you like to easily create fun personalized learning for your students? Students have important things to contribute, and today's technology allows students to engage in the learning process in creative and meaningful ways. In this webinar, join Deb Norton as she explores how you can personalize learning for your students using digital tools, online sites, or web-enabled devices such as Chromebooks or laptops. She will show how to create learner profiles, customize learning paths, set up competency-based progress monitoring, and create flexible learning environments - all of which can provide your students with better voice, choice, and engagement.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 @ 4:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Differentiation & Personalization, Google Chromebooks
Tags: choice, Chromebooks, engagement, flexible learning paths, personalization, progress monitoring, voice

Reviews (58)

Full Member
I really enjoyed this! Thank you so much!
Full Member
So many great ideas!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!
Full Member
Very interesting
Very useful parts of this webinar. The honeycomb and the interactive PDF program (Kami) helped with understanding how to create learner profiles. I will explore more the other inventories for learner profiles and the educator profile link, as well.
The learner menu is a differentiated option for centers, however it can take a lot of prep time. But it is a creative option to help create custom learning paths. This is a tool that even tech-disadvantaged schools can use.
Full Member
Great presentation about personalized learning resources! Much thanks!
Full Member
Excellent presentation.
Full Member
Great webinar
Full Member
first rate
Full Member
Great webinar.
Full Member
thank you! I have more apps to try with my young students
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