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September 29, 2017

From Content Design to Student Experience Design in K-12: Lessons from the Adult and Lifelong Learning Sector

Principles of adult learning design-learner agency, goal-orientation, relevance, connecting prior knowledge and experiences to new learning, promoting collaboration--are identical to the principles of student-centered learning design. These approaches may be valuable to us in K-12 education as we move away from textbook-based classroom design to student-centered learning design.

September 27, 2017

3 Ways to Put Students in the Driver's Seat with Personalized Learning

In 2013, Summit Public Schools built its own personalized learning platform to gain better insights into how students were progressing in relation to their personal goals. Fast forward to 2015 and what started with 19 schools has today grown to include more than 330 schools across 40 states.

September 18, 2017

Six Big, Hairy, Inevitable Changes on School's Horizons

Changes in education over the next 20 years are going to be vastly more dramatic than almost anyone is preparing for now. But despite a decades-long record of systemic inertia, some schools have already launched dramatic changes in ways that do not require permission or empowerment from the forces that created that inertia in the first place. Here are some of the dramatic changes in education that will occur in the next two decades.

July 27, 2017

Personalized Learning is (Again) Promising: A Snapshot of Practice & Student Achievement

A new research report from the RAND Corporation suggests greater implementation of personalized learning may relate to more positive effects on achievement, but it's still early days for personalized learning research.

June 28, 2017

What Do Personalized Learning Schools Have in Common?

Just like one size doesn't work for all students, one size doesn't make sense for schools adopting personalized learning either but they do share some common principles.

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