From Project based to blended and even GenDIY. There are many ways personalized learning plays out in education and there's been a shift in the way people are talking about innovation. Recognition of the potential of innovation to help close achievement gaps, boost access and better prepare students for college and career is growing.
It is encouraging to find a book that is so well-conceived and large-hearted, engaging and humbling at the same time, where the voices are real, the advice authentic, and the situations familiar.
By: Dale Frost. Our public education system needs to enable competency-based learning through an alignment of both policy and practice. Moving from a time-based system to a learner-centered system requires systemic transformation.
Next week we’ll be in Orlando on the ground live blogging, podcasting, and sharing GenDIY and Smart Parents at the iNACOL Symposium. As we pack, we freshen up with EdTech news to be in the know about before heading to the education industry’s leading K-12 event.
Register today for the education industry’s leading K-12 online, blended and competency-based event -- The iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium, November 8-11 in Orlando, Florida.
In a new report, Using Online Learning for Credit Recovery: Getting Back on Track to Graduation, the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) identifies best practices in online and blended credit recovery programs.
This week’s EdTech news focuses on new opportunities for teacher-leaders, startups, and schools to skill up, improve strategies, and propel their game during the summer months.