Aug 03, 2018
As personalized learning rises in popularity, many school districts are eagerly adapting their educational models and classrooms around the concept. Though there’s not a universal definition, the basic premise is that personalized learning tailors the instruction, content, and pace to the individual student’s interests and strengths, using technology, data, and continuous feedback to refine this customization.
To learn more about how facilities leaders can embrace this concept, the K12 Facilities Forum spoke with two thought leaders who are pioneers of this emerging movement in the education world.
Michael Horn, author of “Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns,” and “Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools,” and Daniela Fairchild, Director of Education at Rhode Island Office of Innovation, shared their perspective on the opportunities, challenges, and future of PL.