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Jan 8, 2017

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  • Kenneth Grover, Jan 13, 2017
    Focus on the core belief about student learning and then incorporate multiple instructional practices as needed to support personalized learning. Read more...
  • Kevin Wenzel, Jan 14, 2017
    In a more formal way, we provided our district's teacher evaluation team(s) with a set of blended learning look-fors for each of our instructional practice standards they observe. This allowed for teachers to try innovative practices in blended learning, while still grounding their instruction in existing evaluative frameworks. Read more...
  • Thomas Arnett, Jan 15, 2017
    From my experience, the key is to focus on best instructional practices and then determine from there which aspects of personalized learning will help in implementing those practices. Read more...

Jan 10, 2017

Sherre Vernon
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  • Kenneth Grover, Jan 12, 2017
    There are many technology tools available to support personalized and blending learning.  Our school uses multiple technology tools to support our personalized pedagogy.  In working for over 10 years in this space, I have not found a single source to meet every need. Read more...

Jan 24, 2017

John Fiske

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  • Clifford Maxwell, Jan 24, 2017
     I see great use in SAMR as a starting point to identify how learning activities can be improved. However, I do believe SAMR to be limited in context of the larger aims of a successful blended (or digital) classroom. For example, something that would qualify as a "Redefinition" in the SAMR framework may be a highly enriching learning activity, but the overall instructional model in the classroom may not be redefining the use of time and space to personalize learning for students, grant student autonomy, give a teacher a chance to offer meaningful feedback, etc. I have visited schools that use the SAMR model as a tool to identify opportunities to enhance learning, but it needs to be accompanied with a clear vision for how you want the overall instructional model to change.  Read more...

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