Every teacher can personalize learning for their students—and beginning to create a district-wide culture of student-centered, personalized learning is easier than you might think. Check out the following resources to help you begin your own personalized learning classroom practices.
The Role of the Teacher in a Personalized, Competency-Based Classroom
Because relationships drive student learning in a competency-based classroom, teachers are more important partners than ever. This resource explores common questions teachers have about personalized learning classroom practices—and how to answer them.
5 Strategies for a More Student-Centered Classroom
It’s possible to take small steps at any time during the school year to begin the work of building a school and classroom culture that supports students as unique individuals. Read more for strategies you can use to shift practices in your classroom.
The Social-Emotional Skills Learners Need Now—and in the Future
The workforce of the future is going to look totally different—to keep up, so should the classrooms of today. What are the critical social-emotional skills that learners are going to need, and what processes and practices need to be in place now to be sure they’re acquiring them?
5 Goals for a Strong Classroom Culture
From empowering students to take ownership of their learning to modeling a growth mindset, a strong classroom culture is the foundation of personalized learning classroom practices. We offer five actionable goals to support your shift to personalized learning.
Flexible Learning Spaces to Impact Learning
The flexibility in working and learning spaces in Kenowa Hills Public School District in Kenowa, Michigan, empowers students of all ages. From flexible seating to learning environments that inspire collaboration, physical spaces matter—and we explore examples you can adopt for your own schools and classrooms.