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Individualized vs Personalized Learning?

In this article, Amanda Morin shares her insights into the difference between individualized learning and personalized learning, and outlines the...

Personalization vs. Differentiation vs. Individualization

Whew!  That is a lot of "tion"s up there!  How do these three strategies differ?  Bray and McClaskey have streamlined what the...

Teaching Up

What is the "Teaching Up" model, and how can it be applied to your professional situation?  Tomlinson and Javius have identified 7 principles that...

Research Summary: Model Comparison on Personalization

Identifying the differences between individualization, differentiation, and personalization can be tricky and subtle.  Often the terms are used...

Digital Assessment for Differentiated Instruction

Assessment lies at the heart of differentiated instruction.  Pre-assessments (also known as diagnostic assessments) and formative assessments must...

Backchannel and Informal Assessment Tool Comparison

Technology has made backchannels and informal assessment tools extremely assessible and engaging for the classroom teacher today.  Richard Byrne...

Differentiated Instruction 101

This video animates a podcast from Katie McKnight from TeachHub and includes a nice overview of the WHY behind differentiation as well as concrete...

Examples of Differentiated Instruction

Learning differences can be valued and addressed to best reach each student, but it does require deliberate and purposeful planning.  This post...

Transforming the Classroom with Personalized Learning and Technology

Goldman Sachs, an investment company, shares how they feel their investment in educational technology is setting the stage for ways that technology...

Bloom's Taxonomy for Building Differentiated Objectives

This interactive online tool, "The Differentiator", allows you to build clean and simple objective right from your browser window.  Select the...

Math Problem Solved 8 Ways with MI

This narrated slide presentation explores ways to teach a 4th grade math concept on money using the different Multiple Intelligences from Gardner....

Universal Design for Learning Guidelines

The National Center on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) has given us three primary guidelines for the framework.  Each pillar is broken into...

ThingLink: An Introduction

ThingLink is a little hard to say, but it isn't hard to use. You might be wondering what exactly ThingLink is, so this video will give you an idea....

Introduction to Seesaw

Seesaw is a student-centered portfolio software that allows students to build portfolios easily and share their work with their families. There are...

Actively Learn: Reading Engagement

Actively Learn is one or our favorite tools to get students more engaged in reading. Once you give a reading assignment, you're at the mercy of the...

Read & Write Extension for Google Chrome

This video will demonstrate some of the powerful features of the Read & Write for Google extension. Never hear of this tool? That's OK. Here is...

iPad: Accessibility Features You Must Know

This video does an excellent job of outlining all of the great options that exist on the iPad to help every student have access to material. If you...

Understanding Accessibility in Digital Materials

Technology has opened up a world of possibilities for students with special needs. However, just because we make a resource digital doesn't...

Open Dyslexic Readable Font Extension

Open Dyslexic is an open source font that can be loaded and used on any computer or Chromebook. It was designed to help dyslexic students read type...

Using VoiceThread in Your Classroom

VoiceThread is a powerful tool that can help students in many ways.  Teachers can use it to deliver lessons, use it as a form of assessment, or have...