What Does Personalized Learning Mean to You?

Contributed By

Bridget Heaton

Social and Advocacy Manager

What Does Personalized Learning Mean to You?

Posted in Community | May 26, 2016

Learning communities can be a powerful resource for today’s educators and administrators—giving people a place to connect on a particular topic, exchange ideas and collaborate towards common goals.

This isn’t a revolutionary idea for many members of the Schoology Community who are actively:

The Schoology Community is leading the conversation and innovating education in more than 130 countries through this daily collaboration.

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A topic that we have seen discussed frequently in these forums is personalized learning. This is also a topic that Schoology is exploring as we continue to grow and work to advance what’s possible in education.

Because there are many different definitions and approaches to personalized learning, we’d like to invite you to share your experiences with us by answering the following question:

What does personalized learning mean to you?

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By filling out the form and sharing your response with Schoology, you will be automatically entered for a chance to have your name and response shared at Schoology’s Booth at ISTE 2016 (this June 26-29 in Denver, CO)— selected responses will be incorporated into our booth design during the event and posted on our Twitter and Facebook channels. To be eligible, responses must be submitted by Friday, June 3rd.

We know how personal, personalized learning can be to each individual working to make a difference through education, so we hope you will take the time to join the conversation. We look forward to reading your responses and featuring them this summer.

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