Getting Smart: How K-12 Schools are Powering Personalization

It’s hardly radical to assume that students differ in the ways they acquire, retain and demonstrate knowledge, but the subject of personalization is what some educators might call a ‘wicked problem.’

Personalized learning remains a pioneering effort -- one that's iterated upon in classrooms across the country by some of the nation’s most forward-thinking K-12 educators.

Getting Smart blogger Tom Vander Ark has highlighted schools that are embracing the approach from fresh angles through the use of technology coupled with models like station rotation.

Several NGLC breakthrough models grantees are among those mentioned, including:

What other opportunities (and challenges) exist for personalized learning?

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