Posts Tagged: learner profile

UDL: Access, Engage, Express

Discover the Learner in Every Child

by Kathleen McClaskey and Barbara Bray, Personalize Learning LLC This is the third in the blog series on Learner Agency. We are collaborating with Personalize Learning LLC on this series and taking the lead on different posts. Kathleen (@khmmc) and Barbara (@bbray27) took the

UDL: Access, Engage, Express

Discover the Learner in Every Child

by Kathleen McClaskey and Barbara Bray, Personalize Learning LLC This is the third in the blog series on Learner Agency. We are collaborating with Personalize Learning LLC on this series and taking the lead on different posts. Kathleen (@khmmc) and Barbara (@bbray27) took the

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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

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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

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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

Learning Continuum: Engagement

We last discussed the role of motivation in the learning continuum. In much of the literature on building learner motivation, the terms motivation and engagement are used almost interchangeably. While there is a direct link between the two states, they

Learning Continuum: Engagement

We last discussed the role of motivation in the learning continuum. In much of the literature on building learner motivation, the terms motivation and engagement are used almost interchangeably. While there is a direct link between the two states, they

Learning Continuum: Motivation

Our last post introduced readers to the idea of a learning independence continuum and the importance of strategically building each element upon the previous one. The first element in the learning continuum is motivation. Motivation can be described as an

Learning Continuum: Motivation

Our last post introduced readers to the idea of a learning independence continuum and the importance of strategically building each element upon the previous one. The first element in the learning continuum is motivation. Motivation can be described as an

Learner Profile or Learner’s Profile?

By Kathy Onarheim Director, the Institute @ CESA #1 As we move forward in designing and implementing personalized learning, the development of a profile of the learner has been discussed as being critical in creating the processes for assessing, diagnosing,

Learner Profile or Learner’s Profile?

By Kathy Onarheim Director, the Institute @ CESA #1 As we move forward in designing and implementing personalized learning, the development of a profile of the learner has been discussed as being critical in creating the processes for assessing, diagnosing,

Are Learner Profiles Necessary to Personalize Learning?

News from the Institute  Feb. 2011 Are Learner Profiles Necessary to Personalize Learning? By Jim Rickabaugh, Ph.D. Director, the Institute @ CESA #1 The previous issue of our newsletter presented the question of whether personalized learning requires a deep, rich profile

Are Learner Profiles Necessary to Personalize Learning?

News from the Institute  Feb. 2011 Are Learner Profiles Necessary to Personalize Learning? By Jim Rickabaugh, Ph.D. Director, the Institute @ CESA #1 The previous issue of our newsletter presented the question of whether personalized learning requires a deep, rich profile