8 GREAT PERSONALIZED LEARNING STRATEGIES THAT WORK EVERY TIME

| May 10, 2019

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Many things are personal to us, and how we learn is one of them. When learning becomes strengthened by a relevant connection between the task and the learner, that's truly personal. We accomplish this by using strategies correlating directly to our curriculum, pedagogy, and the learning environment itself. It also means using the endless possibilities—those "teachable moments"—that appear in front of us every day for creating informal learning opportunities.

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