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Getting Smart Podcast

Oct 31, 2018

Today Tom Vander Ark is flying sololiterally, he’s flying right now on a trip between SoCal and Singapore. Just this past week he visited twenty amazing personalized learning schools in Southern California and can’t wait to share everything he learned on personalized learning today.


In this episode, Tom covers five main attributes of personalized learning, five ways teachers can support personalized learning, ten ways administrators can build systems for personalized learning, and some thoughts on spaces and architecture for personalized learning environments.


Key Takeaways:

[:14] About today’s episode.

[:35] What Tom will be discussing today around personalized learning.

[:54] What personalized learning is and the five main attributes of it.

[4:55] Five things teachers can do to support personalized learning.

[6:58] Ten ways administrators can help build systems for personalized learning.

[11:47] Tom closes this podcast with a few thoughts on space and architecture for personalized learning environments.

[16:48] Tom and the Getting Smart team would love to hear from you! Let them know what you think about this episode by emailing or leaving a review on iTunes.


Mentioned in This Episode:

Todd Rose
Thrive Public Schools

District 51

Albemarle Public County Schools

Salisbury Township School District

Cajon Valley Union School District

High Tech High

Larry Rosenstock

Randy Ziegenfuss on Teacher Leadership and Student-Centered Learning

Listening to Kids and Designing from Scratch for Timeless Learning

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