We continue in our series of interviews with public education professionals, education entrepreneurs and the members of public education that are socially invested in creating a better future system for new generations of learners. In these video segments, we asked each to define personalized learning from their perspective.
We asked education professionals, education entrepreneurs, and members of America's public education system to describe their vision of personalized learning. Here is one in a series of clips from those interviews.
Joel Rose, CEO of School of One in New York City, answers questions in the run up to the Innovate to Education Symposium being held by SIIA at the Harvard Club in Boston August 4-6, 2010. For more information on the symposium and to register, please see details inside.
As a prelude to the Innovate to Educate Symposium in Boston on August 4-6, 2010, we run another in a series of interviews with personalized learning experts. Here we ask Howard Gardner to tell us about his vision for personalized learning in an age of education reform. Howard Gardner is the Hobbs Professor for Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Roberta Selleck, Superintendent Adam's County School District 50, Colorado talks about her vision of personalized learning ahead of Innovate to Educate: A Symposium on [Re]Design for Personalized Learning, August 4-6, 2010 / Harvard Club / Boston, Massachusetts