Tag: personalized learning

What Delaware is Doing to Connect Kids

News, Student-Centered Learning

June 12th, 2020

As any parent who’s helped a kid navigate through the bendy digital world of Schoology, DreamBox, or Khan Academy can tell you, digital learning in 2020 is serious business. Thanks to COVID-19, most Delaware public schools shifted to exclusively remote, online learning for students this spring. And while stakeholders are currently working...


Building Blocks of Personalized Learning

Policy and Practice, Student-Centered Learning

March 17th, 2016

Personalizing learning can take many forms. And not every form has to involve a tablet or screen. Technology is transforming classroom practice rapidly, but maybe not in the way you think. In many classrooms, technology allows for personalized learning to blossom through richer discussions, closer relationships between students and teachers...


Make Time for the RTC Workshop

News, Policy and Practice, Student-Centered Learning

February 8th, 2016

By Jennifer Hollstein, secondary English teacher and teacher evaluator, Charter School of Wilmington   Time. Ask any teacher what’s in short supply and that is most likely what you’ll hear. We’d love to meet, to collaborate, to learn something new, to reflect, and to capitalize on our own strengths, but finding the time to make that...


Project-Based Success in “Most Likely to Succeed”

Partnerships, Student-Centered Learning

October 19th, 2015

About 20 years ago, I was teaching in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and met Larry Rosenstock, a really creative vocational education teacher at Cambridge Rindge and Latin high school. Larry saw the power in letting kids drive their own learning process by developing large-scale projects, to which they could apply what they had learned in class...