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Interesting findings in Report: More Students Hit NWEA Reading and Math Targets Through Personalized Learning at


Countering recent criticism of personalized learning, the data in the Impact Report suggests that thoughtful implementation can create a positive impact in schools — leading to better test scores, as well as increased student engagement and teacher satisfaction.

The full document, “2016-2017 Impact Report,” is available for free on the Education Elements site (with e-mail registration required).


Do you know the definition and how to implement it?  If not, read more here in A Beginner’s Guide To Personalized Learning at Excerpt Screenshot:

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Read some reflections from a superintendent:  Superintendent: Gen Z achievement soaring with student choice at

Interesting discussion of possibilities of personalized learning and data protection, excerpt:

Where we have problems is with more generalized AI that could power avatars like Clifford and make them convincing teachers. Core to this is two capabilities. One is the ability to recognize how a human learns and then to test educational strategies and methods to find those best suited to each individual. The other is the ability to interact with humans on a more event footing — more like a person-to-person interaction rather than man-to-machine.

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What role can libraries play to support teachers and students in reaching their goals?

Personalized Learning

Posted: 13/12/2016 by broadyesl in personalized learning, Uncategorized

A term that comes up in education circles.  What is it and why should we care?  Read 5 Ways to Personalize Instruction at