Personalized Learning: Helping Teachers Spark a Love of Learning in Every Student
Nearly half the population does not have access to high-quality education — this is particularly true for low-income students and students of color. Personalized education is a student-driven approach that aims to reduce resulting achievement gaps. The data contained in this infographic illustrates its success in paving way for a larger, more inclusive wave of college-ready graduates.
People don’t usually look to places like Lindsay, California to find examples of extraordinary education. But extraordinary things are happening in this small town in the Central Valley. The students, almost all from low-income families and more than half English language learners, are engaged in their learning and taking ownership of their futures.
Over the past two years, educators at Windy Hill Middle School in Clermont, Florida have been transforming their teaching, tailoring instruction to students’ individual needs and interests. Students have been using new tools to learn content at their own pace and taking ownership of their learning in the process.
Oct 19, 2016
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