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What to Expect

By Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist A personalized learning classroom is going to look very different than a traditional classroom. As you listen to the audio clips below, you’ll hear educators reflect on what to expect as you begin to bring personalization

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What to Expect

By Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist A personalized learning classroom is going to look very different than a traditional classroom. As you listen to the audio clips below, you’ll hear educators reflect on what to expect as you begin to bring personalization

How to start

How to Start Personalized Learning

By Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist So maybe you’ve done some research around personalized learning or you see a teacher down the hall implementing personalized learning in his or her classroom and you think, “Wow, this is something I’d like

How to start

How to Start Personalized Learning

By Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist So maybe you’ve done some research around personalized learning or you see a teacher down the hall implementing personalized learning in his or her classroom and you think, “Wow, this is something I’d like

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Taking a Chance: New Ways of Teaching

by Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist The audio clip today focuses on taking a chance with some new ways of teaching. One of the scariest things for teachers new to personalized learning is also one of the most important things

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Taking a Chance: New Ways of Teaching

by Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist The audio clip today focuses on taking a chance with some new ways of teaching. One of the scariest things for teachers new to personalized learning is also one of the most important things

Voices from the Personalized Learning Classroom

Voices from the Personalized Learning Classroom

by Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist The Institute @ CESA #1 is pleased to present a series of blog posts containing audio recordings of several educators who are involved in our Personalized Learning Initiative.  These educators, along with our own

Voices from the Personalized Learning Classroom

Voices from the Personalized Learning Classroom

by Laura Vitale, Digital Media Specialist The Institute @ CESA #1 is pleased to present a series of blog posts containing audio recordings of several educators who are involved in our Personalized Learning Initiative.  These educators, along with our own

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All Learning is Personal: So What?

Jim Rickabaugh recently contributed a guest post to EdWeek’s Deeper Learning blog. “Teach means ‘to show how.’ You can teach someone, or someone can teach you. Learn means ‘to find out about something.’ A person must learn things for himself. Someone

All Learning is Personal (image)

All Learning is Personal: So What?

Jim Rickabaugh recently contributed a guest post to EdWeek’s Deeper Learning blog. “Teach means ‘to show how.’ You can teach someone, or someone can teach you. Learn means ‘to find out about something.’ A person must learn things for himself. Someone

Reflections on the High School Redesign Conference

This week we are pleased to have a guest blogger, Jody Landish, who shares her reflections on the recent High School Redesign Conference she attended as part of a team of educators from SE Wisconsin. Ms. Landish is the principal

Reflections on the High School Redesign Conference

This week we are pleased to have a guest blogger, Jody Landish, who shares her reflections on the recent High School Redesign Conference she attended as part of a team of educators from SE Wisconsin. Ms. Landish is the principal

Comment on the Youth Summit

Our annual Youth Summit is probably my favorite event of the year – seeing all those young people come together to learn about a new way to “do school” is always inspiring and never fails to give me hope for

Comment on the Youth Summit

Our annual Youth Summit is probably my favorite event of the year – seeing all those young people come together to learn about a new way to “do school” is always inspiring and never fails to give me hope for