Personalized learning elementary

Transform the learning experience in elementary schools with personalized learning. Explore innovative ideas to tailor education to each student's needs and foster a love for learning.
How To Get Started with Personalized Learning - Mrs. Russell's Room Education, Guided Maths, Ideas, Blogging For Beginners, Student, Teacher, Inspire Others, Personalized Learning Elementary, Personalized Learning

When our district started talking about personalized learning a few years ago, I wondered if this new teaching trend was going to be something that I would learn and appreciate, or learn and hate. The basic idea behind personalized learning is that students have a larger stake in HOW they learn. Students do...Read More »

Leigh Raines
English, Humour, Parents, Teaching Strategies, Instructional Coaching, Project Based Learning, Visible Learning, Learning Strategies, Social Emotional Development

A few days ago, I posted a picture on my Instagram account that got a really positive response. You guys saw my self-directed learning progression and you all said you wanted it! Since you wanted it, it's up for free in my Teachers Pay Teachers store, so grab it now before you forget!! Click here or on the picture below to grab your copy. I like this learning progression because it helps the students to assess where they are in three areas: academics, problem-solving capabilities, and…

Layla Al Suhail
Runde's Room: Passion Projects in the Classroom - Students come up with something they are passionate about and then they get to research it. Can be done during Language Arts each Friday. Organisation, Pre K, 4th Grade Classroom, Classroom Activities, Future Classroom, Inquiry Learning, Classroom Inspiration, Classroom Fun, School Genius

Last week I was scouring the internet for some more inquiry ideas for my classroom when I came across Genius Hour. One word ... hooked. And inspired. And motivated. (I was never good at limiting my words). ;) Sufficed to say, I KNEW it was going to happen in my classroom. In a nutshell, Genius Hour is something that happens in your classroom for one hour a week. During this time, students research and complete an inquiry project based on their passions - really digging deep into what…

Sue Ellen