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Getting Started with Personalized Learning

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Today's technology makes it easier than ever to meet each student's needs through personalized learning. By thinking differently about teaching and learning, you can make personalized learning a reality for each of your students. Join Dr. Jayme Linton as she explains what personalized learning is, why you should incorporate it, and how to design and facilitate personalized learning in your classroom. You will walk away with strategies you can implement right away to personalize instruction for your students.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, September 28, 2017 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Differentiation & Personalization, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: learning strategies, personalization, personalized instruction, personalized learning

Reviews (27)

Love the concept.
very intresting
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Great content!
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Thank you!
I cannot wait to share this with the teacher I co-teach in Algraba. This will really shift the responsibility more on the students and hold them accountable for their learning and progress.
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She gives great help in starting to implement this type of teaching in the classroom.
To meet each student's needs through personalized learning is always a challenge. Thank you
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I like the playlist and pathway concepts
I had not considered to include students in conversations about time and place although now it makes good sense. I actually think that place is something as a Theology teacher I could utilize more. They recommend including students in conversations about pace - which is something I already do. I overall like the concept but am weary of turning too many things over to the students. However, inclusion is good and very Augustinian.
Thank you for the webinar. Sometimes it is a bit hard to have different plans for our students when we're teaching something content or text heavy. I do like to try to appeal to different learning styles, as feel each of us does take in information in our own way. Hopefully I'll get to try some of these tools!
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