Giving students a V.O.I.C.E. in your classroom

Neo LMS

Matt Oberecker considers that instruction should revolve around five essential aspects to ensure its success, which create the acronym V.O.I.C.E. Read more: Why teachers should consider differentiated instruction. 3 Awesome PBL case studies. Look around you!

Four innovative staffing takeaways from personalized learning schools

The Christensen Institute

For the better part of the past year, the Christensen Institute has worked in collaboration with Public Impact , a national education policy and management consulting firm, to study how schools are implementing innovative staffing models in conjunction with blended learning to personalize instruction and improve student achievement. We are excited to share our first set of case studies on these schools. Software to support better teacher-led instruction.

Why educators are moving away from the Station Rotation model

The Christensen Institute

Differentiated instruction. In these settings, teachers can more easily differentiate instruction for groups of students based on their respective needs. This was the case for Korematsu Discovery Academy , a K–5 public school in Oakland, Calif.

Blended learning proof points showcase district schools

The Christensen Institute

First, the charter schools that garner attention for blended learning have, in many cases, used it to transform their entire schooling model. In this case that meant at the fringe of schools—in the advanced classes, foreign languages, and credit and dropout recovery options they couldn’t otherwise offer, for example. We published the first of these reports recently as a series of case studies titled Proof Points: Blended Learning Success in School Districts.

Here’s what you missed at BPLC18, the Blended & Personalized Learning Conference

eSchool News

Some common themes that emerged: Personalized learning is instruction that offers pedagogy, curriculum, and learning environments to meet the individual student’s needs. Personalization also encompasses differentiated instruction that supports student progress based on subject matter mastery.

We used these Google tools in our schools and saw tangible results soar

eSchool News

These case studies demonstrate the success with Google for Education through the lens of teachers, students and administrators. At Evergreen Education Group we’ve studied K-12 digital education for sixteen years.

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What Does ‘Personalized Learning’ Look Like? Video Series Aims to Go Beyond Hype

Wired Campus

An education blog whose authors believe there’s too much hype around “personalized learning” technology has posted a series of video case studies about the trend, hoping to help get beyond overheated rhetoric.

These 5 Teachers Showcase the Future of Blended Learning’s ‘Station Rotation’ Model

Edsurge

Bryant is one of many teachers across the country who are continuously refining, adapting, and modifying instructional approaches to better meet their students’ needs. In a new case study, “Blended (r)evolution,” we take a close look at how five educators, including Bryant, have adapted their original approach to blended learning to find ever better ways to differentiate instruction, promote student agency, and create a more flexible learning environment.

S'Cool Tools, Teacher Voice Edition: itsLearning and CodeMonkey

Edsurge

If you’d like to be featured in our S’Cool Tools column, click here to leave your very own Teacher Case Study. Teacher : The major need we have in a project-based learning environment is finding a way to facilitate differentiated instruction. This week in S’Cool Tools, we share the real experiences of three teachers using three different tools, written in their own words.

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Full-time online school launches in Georgia using FuelEd (Aventa)

eSchool News

To differentiate instruction, teachers can use the PEAK Library to customize courses using FuelEd content, teacher-created content, open education resources, or other third-party content. FuelEd, Vidalia City Board of Education open full-time online school for Georgia students.

Live Tuesday April 9th - Jenifer Fox on a Strengths-Based School

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

She is the author of the bestselling education book, Your Child''s Strengths (Viking 2008; Penguin, 2009), Stories of Excellence: Case Studies of Exemplary Teaching and Learning with Technology. NAIS, 2008) and the Differentiated Instruction Book of Lists (Jossey-Bass, 2011).