K- 12 Internet
To transform learning, all stakeholders—teachers, learners, parents, and community—
share the vision of how they will personalize learning for everyone, because every learner
matters. Personalized learning happens only when learners are able to own their learning.
Of course, by necessity, this changes both the teacher’s and the student’s role.
Teachers. Instead of delivering knowledge, teachers become partners with their learners.
This partnership entails two major changes:
Learners. Learners first understand how they learn best. Then they acquire the skills to
choose and use the tools that work best for their learning qualities. When they combine
these;skills;and;tools;with;strategies;that;support;their;learning,;they;will;be;able;to;self-direct and own their learning.
Notability or Evernote, which have audio. And if learners tend to fidget or have trouble sitting still, they can walk off some of their energy in a pacing area in the back of the room.
The benefit of this approach is that when learners have a voice and choice in how they
learn, they are more motivated to learn.
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