Slideshare that presents the last updated report about Personalization vs. Differentiation vs. Individualization (PDI Chart - Version 3) by Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey, Co-Founders of Personalized Learning, LLC. Here you can view each of the sections of the chart. It includes questions like How do we determine the learner´s needs? How are goals and objectives determined for the learner? How do learners support their learning and each other? among others. Answers to all these questions are provided and help to clarify the elements of the PDI chart and provide teachers, administrators, schools and organizations with background information and resources to [...]
It is known that every learner is unique and that one-size-fits-all instruction does not work for most. How can a classroom environment be created that gives each learner voice and choice? The co-founders of Personalize Learning, LLC, offer a detailed six-step approach. This article provides the background on what is and what is not Personalized Learning, the Stages of Personalized Learning that impact teacher and learner roles, and the process using the six steps to personalize learning in a Stage One Personalized Learning Environment. Access to the PDF https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1015153.pdf
Access to the interactive honeycomb The Institute for Personalized Learning is a division of Cooperative Educational Service Agency #1, a provider of high-quality, cost-effective programs and services for K-12 districts in Southeastern Wisconsin. The vision of the Institute is a world where every learner has the capacity and drive to learn for life. Their mission is to launch and infuse a learner-centered framework for scaling personalized learning and nurturing powerful learners. For this purpose, a model and process based on an action network approach has been developed, working with network schools and districts to re-design the educational ecosystem into one that is learner-centered. These [...]
https://bit.ly/2Jg9vbO Es habitual utilizar indistintamente los conceptos de personalización e individualización del aprendizaje, o incluso el de aprendizaje diferenciado. Esto es debido a la confusión existente en torno a su significado. Sin embargo, cada uno de ellos tiene definiciones y matices distintos que permiten dar cuenta de su valor intrínseco para entender los procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje. Basándose en el libro escrito junto a la Dra. Peggy Grant, Dale Basye explica en esta entrada de blog cómo ellos entienden cada uno de estos conceptos y defienden la importancia de combinar los tres con el objetivo de generar experiencias de aprendizaje [...]
Conferencia “La personalización del aprendizaje, reto del siglo XXI” en el X Foro de Innovación Educativa
El pasado miércoles 9 de octubre, el Dr. César Coll, Catedrático de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación (Universitat de Barcelona), impartió la conferencia principal "La personalización del aprendizaje, reto del siglo XXI", en el "X Foro de Innovación Educativa" en Madrid. Posteriormente, se presentaron a través de una mesa redonda distintas experiencias educativas de personalización: Jorge Úbeda. Director Fundación Promaestro. El papel del docente en la personalización del aprendizaje Fernando Pavón. Socio cofundador de Innedu. La tecnología facilitadora del proceso de personalización Segundo Fernández. Rector del Seminario Menor de Ourense. La personalización en el acompañamiento vocacional Arantxa Garay-Gordovil. Directora de [...]
https://u.org/2GrRHIj This webpage, written by teacher Amanda Morin, offers information about personalized learning that can be used to teacher training in personalizing learning. It presents four widely used models schools follow: 1. Schools that use learner profiles. 2. Schools that use personalized learning paths. 3. Schools that use competency-based progression. 4. Schools using flexible learning environments. Each of these models sets high expectations for all students and aligns their learning to a set of rigorous standards. The website also indicates that personalized learning approach has the potential to help reduce the stigma of special education and better meet the needs of kids [...]
https://leapinnovations.org LEAP Innovations is a national organization headquartered in Chicago that connects innovation and education to transform how students learn. LEAP works directly with educators and innovators to discover, pilot and scale personalized learning technologies and innovative practices. In just over four years, LEAP has worked directly with more than 125 schools across Chicago to implement personalized learning, from classroom-level innovation in the Pilot Network to whole-school transformation in Breakthrough Schools. LEAP’s work is anchored by the LEAP Learning Framework, a suite of resources that educators across the country are using to define, design, and implement personalized learning models. Visit leapinnovations.org [...]
https://www.sri.com/sites/default/files/publications/using-technology-personalize-learning-k-12-schools.pdf This report discusses key aspects of personalized learning, how schools are organizing opportunities for personalized learning, and how technology can be used to enable personalized learning for a general K–12 student population. It culminates in recommendations to guide practitioners, policy makers, and researchers in designing, implementing, and enhancing personalized learning and building the foundations necessary for the success of this emerging approach.
https://medium.com/personalizing-the-learning-experience-insights/what-is-personalized-learning-bc874799b6f This website presents some definitions of personalized learning that have been put forward recently, by organizations, motivated to resolve field confusion. Even there are subtle differences, across these definitions the similarities emerge.
A.J. Juliani is the Director of Learning and Innovation for a public school district and the author of books centered around student-agency, choice, inquiry, and engagement. In his blog, he talks about how Project- based learning helps the students by giving them choice and ownership of their learning experience. He defends the student-centered learning model, which is a learning model that places the student (learner) in the center of the learning process: they are active participants, and they learn at their own pace and use their own strategies. In this post of his blog, he shares a project he did with his students about [...]