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November 15, 2019

Principals And Teachers: Are They On The Same Page? | Education Week Summit

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The use of personalized learning approaches in K-12 schools is expanding, fueled by new teaching approaches and technological advances. But making personalized learning work in the classroom is easier said than done. That reality is in clear view based on the results of a nationally representative survey of teachers on personalized learning, conducted by the Education Week Research Center.

This online summit will help keep Education Week readers ahead of the curve in an edgy, critical, and useful way by staying on top of how technological advances are changing personalized Learning, what school/classroom practices (non-tech as well as tech-oriented ones) are showing the greatest impact on student learning, and what balance needs to be achieved between too much use of technology and not enough.

  • Personalized Learning Is Hard to Do. Teachers Tell Us Why
  • Principals and Teachers: Are They on the Same Page?
  • Getting Personalized Pacing Right

Join Education Week on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019, at 1-3pm ET for a deep dive on personalized learning.

Find out if your state or district requirements enable you to use our Certificates of Completion for CEUs and professional development or “clock hours.
You can register today for the Personalized Learning: What Works Summit 2019
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November 8, 2019

[Special Report] Personalized Learning: What Educators Really Think And Do

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Explore what educators really think about personalized learning. View as a webpage.
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Personalized learning is hard work. And when poorly planned and executed, it does not work well at all. But that should not stop schools from pursuing the goal of tailoring instruction to individual students’ academic strengths and weaknesses as well as their personal interests. That appears to be the big takeaway from our nationally representative survey of nearly 600 teachers on personalized learning topics, featured extensively in this report.

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Q&A: The Promise and Pitfalls of Artificial Intelligence and Personalized Learning
Andreas Oranje, the general manager of research and development for ETS, talks about how the time is right to examine the role of AI in personalized learning strategies.
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Personalized Learning: Challenges Ahead, Mistakes to Avoid
Educators see promise in the vision of personalizing learning, but actually doing it is proving difficult, suggests an exclusive survey of K-12 teachers.
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Data: Here’s What Educators Think About Personalized Learning
As the approach expands around the country, educators see a lot to be optimistic about, but remain skeptical of how it works, national survey suggests.
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Principals and Teachers Are Out of Sync on Personalized Learning, Data Show
What Is Personalized Learning?
One Big Barrier to Personalized Learning: Time
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November 4, 2019

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November 2, 2019

Personalized Learning Is Hard To Do. Teachers Tell Us Why | Personalized Learning 2019 Summit

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The use of personalized learning approaches in K-12 schools is expanding, fueled by new teaching approaches and technological advances. But making personalized learning work in the classroom is easier said than done. That reality is in clear view based on the results of a nationally representative survey of teachers on personalized learning, conducted by the Education Week Research Center.

This online summit will help keep Education Week readers ahead of the curve in an edgy, critical, and useful way by staying on top of how technological advances are changing personalized learning, what school/classroom practices (non-tech as well as tech-oriented ones) are showing the greatest impact on student learning, and what balance needs to be achieved between too much use of technology and not enough.

  • Personalized Learning Is Hard to Do. Teachers Tell Us Why
  • Principals and Teachers: Are They on the Same Page?
  • Getting Personalized Pacing Right

Join Education Week on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019, at 1-3pm ET for a deep dive on personalized learning.

Find out if your state or district requirements enable you to use our Certificates of Completion for CEUs and professional development or “clock hours.
You can register today for the Personalized Learning Summit 2019
Click here for more information.

Register Now
Sponsored by

Editorial Projects in Education, Inc., 6935 Arlington Road, Suite 100, Bethesda, MD  20814. Copyright © 2018 Editorial Projects in Education.

 

October 27, 2019

Online Summit: Personalized Learning 2019 Summit

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SAVE YOUR SEAT

Join us Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019, for Education Week’s Personalized Learning Summit 2019.
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The use of personalized learning approaches in K-12 schools is expanding, fueled by new teaching approaches and technological advances. But making personalized learning work in the classroom is easier said than done. That reality is in clear view based on the results of a nationally representative survey of teachers on personalized learning, conducted by the Education Week Research Center.

This online summit will help keep Education Week readers ahead of the curve in an edgy, critical, and useful way by staying on top of how technological advances are changing personalized learning, what school/classroom practices (non-tech as well as tech-oriented ones) are showing the greatest impact on student learning, and what balance needs to be achieved between too much use of technology and not enough.

  • Personalized Learning Is Hard to Do. Teachers Tell Us Why
  • Principals and Teachers: Are They on the Same Page?
  • Getting Personalized Pacing Right

Join Education Week on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019, at 1-3pm ET for a deep dive on personalized learning.

Find out if your state or district requirements enable you to use our Certificates of Completion for CEUs and professional development or “clock hours.
You can register today for the Personalized Learning Summit 2019
Click here for more information.

Register Now
Sponsored by

Editorial Projects in Education, Inc., 6935 Arlington Road, Suite 100, Bethesda, MD  20814. Copyright © 2018 Editorial Projects in Education.
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