10 Tipsto Personalize Learning in Your Classroom

| January 16, 2019

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Personalized learning adapts instructional strategies to fit each individual student’s strengths, weaknesses, interests, and pace. It blends teacher instruction, technology-based instruction, and student collaboration to tap into each student’s learning style and interests for deeper learning.This generation of students personalizes their music, their friends, and almost everything in their lives but education. However, schools and teachers who can personalize learning create an incredible opportunity to engage and relate to the modern student.

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