I want to keep this short. I’ve been writing, speaking, tweeting, sharing, learning, and traveling a lot. Some days I’m not moving out of my chair for hours. I know I tell everyone about getting in the “flow,” but this is ridiculous. I sometimes work right through lunch, breaks (what are those?) and then the phone …
Barbara shares how teachers can make professional development personal profession learning experiences so they own and drive their learning.
After attending conferences and reading numerous articles that focus on personalized learning, I just have to say it. We’re not there yet. Some of us are, but the focus keeps moving back to traditional teaching methods. There is also much focus on companies that boast about their technology that personalizes learning. I’m having an uneasy feeling that the rhetoric is …
Sarah sings “Let it Go” her way sharing what it is like to live with autism. All of us need to tell our own stories. We need to be able to see the person first not the disability or challenge.We need to change our education system so each of us become the best we can be.
Personalized Learning is not about feeding information to kids via adaptive learning systems. We already did that and it didn’t work then. It is all about the learner owning and driving their learning.
Everyone is connected today. Everything is “personalized.” What does that mean for kids and preparing for their future? This post is about how to go beyond ourselves.
How would you design school? What if you thought of it as anytime, anywhere learning spaces, would that be more conducive to learning?
Barbara tells how she learned to love learning and why being a bad student doesn’t mean she cannot learn.
As a parent and educator, you always hope that your children and students find their purpose and passion and then live it. My daughter, Sara Zimmerman, is living her passion better than many people I know. She’s an artist, web designer, musician, climber, mom, wife, daughter, sister, and now author. Check out “Unearthed Comics” where …
Barbara reflects that it is time for a revolution and on how Personalizing Learning will be the catalyst for changing education.