At its heart, personalized learning is about student learning, not technology. Impactful personalized learning requires: establishing a common vision; providing educators with professional learning opportunities to successfully implement personalized learning techniques and technologies; a qualified teacher to guide and support students; and access to high-quality digital curriculum that supports student learning.
One school we partner with provides an exceptional example of a personalized learning program implemented well. In this webinar, we will hear how Richard Gay at Dodge County Achievement Center achieved success through outlining a vision for personalized learning and then determining the policies, instructional strategies, and resources needed to achieve those goals. The Dodge County Achievement Center was recognized for its exemplary work by the Georgia Association of Alternative Education.
You will learn:
- Ideas for outlining your desired outcomes for personalized learning and then determining the policies, instructional strategies, and resources needed to achieve those goals.
- How to meet students where they are and propel them to grade-level mastery and beyond.
- How to help teachers identify areas where students need support, determine instructional strategies that work best for each student, and track progress.
- Strategies to increase graduation rates, close achievement gaps, and expand learning opportunities for middle and high school students.