With self-paced learning, you don’t value speed, you value mastery. So instead of scaffolding rigor I’m going to scaffold the time students are given.
Jeremy Reich, project coordinator for Future Ready Schools NJ, spoke with us recently about student-centered learning and the importance of teacher mentors.
Lately, a lot of attention has been given to the importance of student data. But are there studies on whether student data actually improves instruction?
Student data can show that students are struggling, but rarely identifies the cause. Personalized learning can provide teachers with actionable data.
Many teachers feel overwhelmed by the thought of providing unique learning plans for all their students. Fortunately, there are several ways that technology can support differentiation and even replace your textbook.
No personalized learning platform will offer everything you need, nor can you be 100% sure that a platform will deliver results, until you use it in your own school. Ask yourself these questions before committing to any personalized learning platform.
I recently came across a posting on Doug Lemov’s field notes that expressed a common concern – technology overload among students. Mr. Lemov has had