Can Personalized Education Be Achieved in Public Schools?

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In our inaugural chat on a Sunday, we discussed whether or not personalized education could ever be achieved in public schools. Questions considered included what exactly personalized education was, barriers to it being implemented, the role of the teacher and technology, and what could be learned from homeschoolers. A full transcript can be found here.

Due to the time change, many more participants from the UK and EU were able to join the chat. It was decided that going forward we will be holding at least one chat a month on Sunday.

Links:

Hybrid Learning’s Promise for Personalized Education

The Promise of Personalized Learning

Personalized Learning, Big Data and Schools fromEdutopia

A Personalized Future for Education

Personalized Education

Personalized Education Plan (w/samples for gifted students)

Personalized Learning: 5 Future Technology Predictions from IBM (video)

Personalized Education and the Role of Genius Hour in the Classroom

Creating Adaptive, Personalized, Effective & Addictive Education System for the Next 

The Next Big Thing: Personalized Education (April 2009) from Howard Gardner

Gifted Homeschoolers Forum

GHF Online from @GiftedHF

Personalized Learning (history – Wikipedia)

Assessing the Early Impact of School of One

How New York City is Using Technology to Teach Math One-on-One

The Best Way for Each Student to Learn (Vimeo)

Don’t Expect Schools of the Future to Be Here Tomorrow

From Cybraryman “Personalized Education Plans

Creating Personalized Education Opportunities

More Than Outside the Box” by Krissy Venosdale

The 21st Century Classroom” (YouTube)

TEDx video “Revolutionizing Education with Personalized Learning

Posted on January 29, 2014, in Education, gifted education and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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