Tag Archives: Personalized learning

“The biggest challenge is parents believing in the school’s vision of digital transformation.” – Paramjeet Kaur Dhillon, India

Paramjeet Kaur Dhillon Head Teacher Kamla Nehru Public School Punjab, India @pkdhillon08 It’s been one year since Paramjeet Kaur Dhillon’s school decided to implement 1:1 learning, and while it’s been a huge success for the students and teachers, the road … Continue reading

Are Foreign Language Teachers Leading the Way in Education Technology?

Professional Learning Networks on Twitter, teachmeets, Skype collaboration, endless edutech applications – it can be a daunting task to find the time to learn about the technology available to teachers, let alone to know what is really working. In a … Continue reading

“Let children own their learning.” – Trevor Eissler, USA

“We hope… to provide policymakers and educational practitioners with the needed evidence, tools and vision to transform education and training for 21st century learning and teaching.” – Yves Punie, Spain

“Personalized learning is one of the keys to enhancing future innovation. We know students learn in many different ways and now students can access the content they need that matches their learning style and provides them an effective path to mastery.” – Jim Bowler, USA

“It seems undeniable to me that the most critical ingredient to improving learning is a well-supported and caring teacher. Professional development must remain a high priority to help positively impact teaching and learning.” – Ron Reed, USA

“Every time I write something, I think about how each individual learns, and what to do to make that experience a good experience, with or without technology.” – Ken Royal, USA

“Invest in people not programs. There are no simple solutions to the complex educational challenges. People who are equipped to lead innovations that meet the unique challenges of their context will make the biggest difference. Invest in developing teachers.” – David Faulkner, Australia

“Never, ever, close the door to your classroom. Keep it open, and invite EVERYONE in. The key to saving public education, is getting the public back into education.” – Tim Kubik, USA

“The trend of offering individualized education plans, curricula, and lessons is going to help students tremendously. “Teaching to the middle” is one of the saddest concepts I’ve ever heard about.” – Mike Lee, USA

“Good teachers identify student strengths and interests and use them as scaffolding for increased learning. Good administrators do the same for teachers.” – Canada

“Without substantial institutional rethinking more students will question what schooling is for.” – UK

The “Flipped Classroom” starts with one question: what is the best use of my face-to-face class time?