5 Ways to Personalize Learning with Project-Based Learning

| April 1, 2019

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Personalized Learning maybe one of the most widely used education catchphrases in an attempt to capture what is truly changing about what and how students can and could learn. The challenge is whether this is just another education fad or something that will become foundational in the necessary transformation of future education. Personalized learning is an educational approach that aims to customize learning for each student based on their respective interests, strengths, needs, skills, abilities, background and experiences.

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Federal Appeals Court Backs Gavin Grimm in Long-Running Transgender Case

Article | August 26, 2020

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What is the Future for AI in EdTech

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