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Why Personalized Learning?

To Help Students Succeed and Thrive in an Uncertain Future

Personalized learning supports individual learning needs, and cultivates unique interests and strengths to ensure each student is prepared to succeed in what is next.

What Is Personalized Learning?

Meets each student at their own level, challenges them with high expectations for academic achievement and grows student agency.

Beginning with the end at mind, the portrait of a graduate can serve as a guide for a student from their earliest school experiences through graduation.

How Does It Benefit Students?

With learning designed around personalized mastery of clear academic targets, educators can ensure every student is prepared.

Read a case study about Marysville School District in Marysville, Ohio, and how they are transforming teaching and learning for more than 5,000 students and 500 teachers and staff.

How Do You Personalize Learning?

Grow students ownership of their learning, support individual learning needs and cultivate unique interests and strengths to ensure students succeed.

KnowledgeWorks Resources

Extending Voice and Choice from School to Home

How can parents support good technology practices by reinforcing them at home?

Published: February 20, 2019
When You Know Better, Do Better: Four Ways to Start Making Your Classroom Student-Centered

Here are four practices teachers can implement in the classroom to help make learning more student-centered.

Published: February 19, 2019
Topics: Helping Teachers, Vision and Culture
Learner Profiles: What Are They, Why Are They Important and How Can You Get Started Co-Creating Them

Learner profiles can help teachers in course design and students to develop agency.

Published: February 15, 2019
Topics: 101, Helping Teachers
What Students Learn Versus What Teachers Teach

With personalized, competency-based learning, the focus becomes on what students are learning.

Published: February 12, 2019
Topics: 101
“Knowledge Without Context is Confusion”

When we help student engage with current events, we are planting the seeds for future civic activists.

Published: February 8, 2019
Topics: Emerging Trends, Future of Learning

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