The changing uses of technology require that teachers adapt their methods of instruction to support student-directed learning.
No matter what subjects we teach, there are ways to erase the lines between disciplines and create a dynamic, holistic learning environment.
What's the difference between personalized learning and individualized learning? Personalized learning can require 'more work' and a flexible curriculum.
Differentiation is a rational approach to meeting the needs of students but actually making it happen in the classroom can be a challenge.
If I begin curriculum planning by identifying 'power standards,' where does the differentiation-based-on-assessment-results occur?
Personalized learning applied in systemic ways could liberate teachers to reinvent their content and improve student engagement.
A choice board is a simple tool that can provide scaffolding, tiering, use of Bloom's taxonomy, support multiple learning styles, and more.