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Personalizing Learning and Doing What’s Best for Kids

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Lynette Lewis explains about personalized learning and competency-based education at Navin Elementary School in Marysville, Ohio.Personalized learning is integral to the learning community at Navin Elementary School, and the rest of the Marysville Exempted Village School District. For Lynette Lewis, the school’s principal, making sure her teachers are on board with this learning style is important.

“It’s important for our staff to understand that we’re following personalized learning and competency-based education,” Lewis said. She and her peers have seen education fads come and go and she wants her team to know that personalized learning is not a fad.

“This personalized learning, this growth mindset, this competency-based education is really grounded in science,” Lewis said.

Having that back-up of science and formal research is important for Lewis in shifting teachers’ beliefs and rallying the community around personalized learning because it is “what’s best for kids.”

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