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Kim Carter, Expert Advisor, Aug 30, 2017
Consider taking a look at How to Personalize Learning: A Practical Guide for Getting Started and Going Deeper by Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey from Corwin. Getting Smart has a great blog post offering a set of "Look fors" and a "Personalized Learning Progression", along with some other resources. Read more...
Sam J. Brooks, Expert Advisor, Oct 11, 2017
Rachel,We are presently working on a crosswalk from our Tennessee state teacher evaluation model to the expectation in a personalized learning classroom. I will try to remember to share it with you when we are finished. We are using the rubrics created by iNacol and ISTE as a guideline for our rubrics. I hope this helps, but if you need further discussion, feel free to contact me at [email protected] I am the Personal Learning Supervisor for the Putnam County School System in Tennessee and a BLU Expert Advisor. Read more...
Stephen Pham, Expert Advisor, Oct 20, 2017
You can find more tools for Reflecting & Assessing within blended/personalized learning environments here, including Dallas ISD's well-known PL Toolbox. Read more...

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Stephen Pham, Expert Advisor, Aug 6, 2018
Hi Kimberly,There are many ways in which you could format your 26 desks. I'd consider the functional needs of your classroom (who needs to go where, when, how, etc.). Check out some resources on the Learning Commons from various organizations on individual rotation: https://app.learning-commons.org/app/search?q=individual%20rotationYou can also find TLA's strategies around Use of Space here: https://practices.learningaccelerator.org/do/practices/integration?subtopic=use-of-space&grade=&audience=&stage=Hope these help!Stephen Pham Read more...

Aug 8, 2018

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Samantha Brumley, Aug 15, 2018
Hi Phyllis, the way in which you arrange your space will relate closely to the options you provide your students inside the classroom. There are some middle school examples of classroom/building setups, as well as strategies describing how a blended learning classroom looks like at other levels, here:https://practices.learningaccelerator.org/do/practices/integration/use-of-space?grade=&audience=&stage= Read more...

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Jenny White, Apr 11, 2019
Hi Lisa, Thanks for your question. Here are some options among the schools included in our BLU Directory. All of these schools are using rotation models, which can be adopted independently by teachers. Hope this is a helpful start! EnCompass Academy in Oakland Katharine R. Smith Elementary in San Jose Korematsu Discovery Academy in Oakland Mission Dolores Academy in San Francisco Any of the Drexel Schools such as Saint Elizabeth Seton School in Palo Alto Read more...
Stephen Pham, Expert Advisor, Apr 15, 2019
I would also consider checking out KIPP Excelencia Community Prep (Redwood City) and Aspire ERES Academy (Oakland). Read more...

Jul 15, 2019

Erin Barns

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Samantha Brumley, Jul 22, 2019
Hi Erin, while we can't think of a specific name to this approach, it does strike us as a blended approach in one of the most flexible and basic senses of the term. One of The Learning Accelerator's team members, Juliana Finegan, would be happy to chat with you further over email to help out with some specific questions you might have around setting up this approach. Please feel free to reach out to her at: [email protected] Read more...

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