Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

Students Technology can facilitate personalized learning experiences by helping offload some of the routine tasks that teachers do and expand

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

Teachers Technology can facilitate personalized learning experiences by helping offload some of the routine tasks that teachers do and expand

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

8. Use Technology, Space + Time as Resources In traditional education models, space, technology and time are typically viewed as

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

7. Encourage Reflection + Responsiveness By introducing reflection into the learning experience, teachers and students can make adjustments together to

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

6. Intentionally Build Habits of Character On top of lesson planning, grading papers and professional development, teachers are expected to

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

5. Establish Simple Guiding Principles Giving students freedom to make their own decisions isn’t without its pitfalls. Some may feel

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

4. Empower Student Choice + Voice In a traditional learning environment, it’s not uncommon for students to feel the teacher

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

3. Nurture Trust by Granting Freedom To gain trust, students must have the freedom and opportunity to make choices that

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

2. Develop Community Strong, positive relationships are the lifeblood of personalized learning experiences. Having strong connections between students, teachers, school

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

1. Know + Respect the Learner Personalized learning experiences are about the individual, and knowing the learner as a person

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

Regardless of how you choose to adopt personalized learning for your classroom or school, Steelcase Education researchers uncovered eight key

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

Along with a review of the existing literature, Steelcase Education researchers conducted a qualitative research study involving schools, educators and