The book Making Thinking Visible is a research-based approach to teaching thinking, begun at Harvard’s Project Zero, that develops students’ thinking dispositions, while at the same time deepening their understanding of the topics they study.
Eli Pariser’s book “The Filter Bubble: What the Internet Is Hiding from You” – Algorithms gather information about you to personalize your search, but is this really personalizing what you need or what they want you to see?
Review of Diane Ravitch’s keynote at CUE 2012 who shared how educational technology companies are framing how technology can personalize learning.
The authors Harvey and Daniels stress the importance of student collaboration and using inquiry as a vehicle to increase comprehension and deepen understanding.
Blended learning can be the way to personalize learning for all learners if you base it on how learners learn best.
The privacy terms at Google changed today. The goal is to streamline your experience and cut through a lot of legalese that Internet companies put together. So what?
The Institute @ CESA #1 was established to work on a regional approach to transform public education in Southeastern Wisconsin into a system that is student-centered and personalized for each learner.
Clay Johnson’s book “The Information Diet” will help you sift through all the information so you consume just what you need.
Lisa Welch and Wanda Richardson are Kindergarten Teachers in Wisconsin who are personalizing learning for their students. This is their journey and their story.
Notability is the app that does it all. This week it is at an affordable price so take advantage of it. It’s the app that does it all.