Personalized learning is a mindset and approach to teaching that focuses on meeting each learner where they are and tailoring a curriculum that considers their interests, prior knowledge and skill level, and pace. Such a demand on the teacher requires sophisticated usage of technology in a combination of personalized, blended and online learning.
Three seniors at Crosstown High share how their uniquely student-driven high school experience created a foundation for their futures.
It’s time for every young person to have access to entrepreneurship education. Tom Vander Ark explores how the GEM survey shows that these programs are the exception not the rule.
Dr. Chip Pettit and Dr. Eric J Ban detail how education leaders can take what we’ve learned from the era of accountability and LEAP to a new age of personalization at scale.
SEL coach and teacher Kelli Moneyhun shares three strategies her school used this year to prioritize relationships, connections, and mentorship with students in honor of National Mentoring Month.
Whether you are in the pursuit of learner-centered education in your community or you hold a different vision, consider the power of distinguishing what you are working towards. Lindsy Ogawa shares how Education Reimagined envisions a new path forward.
Matt Piercy explores how to improve learner experiences with evidence-based practices.
To ensure that tutoring drives equity, potential tutors should ensure that their practice is backed by research, guided by frameworks and aligned to districts or wider learning plans. Here are five tips from online ESL teachers.
Everyone likes to talk about personalized learning that is focused on a student’s goals, but how do you expose kids to these things when their worlds don’t allow them to understand what opportunities are available to them? Noemi Y. Perez explores.
Howard Blumenthal argues that standard curriculum in education puts ceiling on what our learners can achieve.