Personalized learning at K-12 Blueprint

September 20, 2016 at 1:00 pm 1 comment

Check out the new page on K-12  Blueprint on Personalized Learning:  “Personalized learning structures empower teachers and students to take charge of their education experiences. In student-centered classrooms, students learn at their own pace, in a way that matches their own needs and interests. These resources will show you how to support personalized learning in order to maximize student engagement and achievement.”

This website includes links to many resources (docs and PowerPoints) to assist you including access to this document –  Personalized learning: A guide for engaging students with technology (and here is the 2-page summary) .


Check it out! Rowan

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  • 1. continuouslylearning  |  September 20, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    Thanks for sharing these resources! I’m currently working on a project to practice user-centered design and the PDF is a trove of forethought about designing and consideration of the individual, or this case student-centered learning. Very interesting!


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