Making Sense of Personalized Learning: What It Looks Like and How it Helps Students


Personalized Learning: What It Looks Like and How it Helps Students

In this webinar, leading national experts will make practical sense of common personalized learning approaches, providing examples of what they look like in practice, conditions for implementation, and how they can be used to promote specific aspects of college and career readiness. Participants will learn how to practically describe personalized learning approaches using accessible language and how to connect personalized learning approaches with specific goals for student learning and outcomes over time. In addition, this webinar will share policy opportunities that state leaders can promote local use of personalized learning approaches.

Presenters Include:
Catherine Jacques, Researcher, American Institutes for Research
Susan Patrick, President and CEO, iNACOL
Mark Williams, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Academic Development Institute
Sam Redding, Senior Learning Specialist, Center on Innovations in Learning
Moderator – Jennifer Brown Lerner, Deputy Director, American Youth Policy Forum

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm


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