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Unlocking the Spectrum of Learning: The Multi-Faceted Magic of Personalization

A Principal's Reflections

We live in exciting times as unprecedented access to knowledge, research, and effective strategies at our fingertips can assist educators in creating meaningful experiences for students that align with both needs and strengths. One thing is for certain: learning is not linear. There is not one best or right way to personalize.

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When Growth is the Only Path Forward

A Principal's Reflections

Truth be told, when it comes to education, there is no perfection, no matter where quantitative and qualitative metrics reside. There is always work to be done and effective educators embrace this wholeheartedly. Consider the following questions when it comes to professional growth: Who do we serve? How can we improve?

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Improvement is a Never-Ending Process

A Principal's Reflections

While you can read specifics by clicking on the hyperlinks above, the one common thread has been a collective belief held by all educators that improvement was and always will be a natural component of teaching, learning, and leadership. They engage in professional learning every Friday, as it is built into their schedule.

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State Support, Community Effort: Personalized Learning in South Carolina

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Marianne Beja had been in education for more than 30 years when she discovered personalized learning. I want to build a community of lifelong learners, and I think personalized learning is the way to do it. I want to build a community of lifelong learners, and I think personalized learning is the way to do it.”

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Shifting My Teacher Mindset with Micro-credentials

Digital Promise

One of the biggest reasons for my growth as an educator has been competency-based learning. Personally, this required some hard change on my part because as a recovering perfectionist, it was really difficult for me to admit I’m not always right, or perfect, or anything else that a fixed mindset reiterates.

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Odysseyware launches new professional learning series

eSchool News

Odysseyware, a provider of customizable online courses for K-12 education, announced the launch of its School Transformation Series. These models are ushering in a new era of personalized learning pathways, teacher empowerment, and student choice.

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What Public School Teachers Want: Less Disruption

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It’s a novel idea to consider what teachers want in this time of disruption and corporate education reform, which have by most measures failed our public schools. The list I have compiled below is a must read for school boards, parents, grandparents and anyone who cares about having a well-educated society.