ISTE 2018: Educators Work to Develop a Personalized Learning Framework

Educators in K–12 and higher education partner on a personalized learning pilot, with the aim of identifying a framework that can help to guide other districts. 

Participants

    • Randy Hansen, Professor of Learning Design, University of Maryland University College
    • Ashley Godich, High School Science Teacher, Anne Arundel County Public Schools 
    • Brandie Shatto, Professor of Instructional Technology, University of Maryland University College

Video Highlights

  • Personalized learning is a big topic in K–12 education, but little consensus exists about what it means, how to implement it or what the best practices are.
  • An Anne Arundel County Public Schools teacher worked with University of Maryland University College professors to pilot and refine a personalized learning project.
  • An emphasis on student agency and incremental milestones helps learners achieve pedagogical goals while actively participating in their own educational progress. 

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Jun 25 2018