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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: A Model for Reaching All Students

In this resource, you will discover the Teaching Up model designed by Carol Ann Tomlinson and Edwin Lou Javius.  Their concept of teaching for...

Research Summary: Model Comparison on Personalization

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

Multiple Intelligences are not Learning Styles

Many educators are under the assumption that Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (MI) and learning styles are synonymous; however, this resource brings...

Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences

This overview video examines all 8 of the established and widely accepted ways that we learn and problem-solve.  Gardner's MI theory supports...

Improve Your "Intelligence"

Gardner's MI theory supports that humans can be smart in variety of different modalities.  Most of us have a stronger intelligence that might...

What is Your Learning Style?

Individual learning style is the customary way you approach a task.  Often confused with Intelligence, the computational power that you use to solve...

Are Learning Styles Invalid?

In recent years, the idea of Learning Styles has been challenged and confused with Multiple Intelligences.  This body of research identifies...

A Challenge to Learning Styles Theory

The idea that all of our students have their own learning styles has become so popular, it almost seems like common understanding in the education...

Learning Styles Explained

When students know their individual learning styles, they can better focus  learning and study time.  VARK research describes four basic...

Addressing and Assessing MI in the Classroom

This site from Edutopia shares ideas and lesson examples from the Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy in Gainesville, Georgia.  Take some time to...

Making Sense of Universal Design for Learning

This short video from Alberta Education gives an excellent overview of the research and guiding principles behind Universal Design for Learning, or...

Benefits of Blended Learning

The benefits of blended learning are many, but it is sometimes hard to understand how it might benefit our own classrooms. Take a look at this video...

PBL: Am I Doing it Right?

Many times educators who are beginning the Project Based Learning (PBL) journey focus solely on the lesson design. This is, of course, an extremely...

CK-12 Virtual Textbooks: Overview

From the CK-12 YouTube Channel:"is a non-profit organization that creates and aggregates high quality, curated STEM content. Our library includes...

Social and Emotional (SEL) Apps for Special Ed

This article from Edutopia outlines some very useful apps for Special Education students that need help with social and emotional issues.9...

Chromebook Accessibility: Navigating With the Keyboard

When working with students who have a diverse set of needs, it's good to know that Google Chromebooks have been designed to be accessible to many...

Quizlet: Student Assessment Success

Quizlet is a great resource for you and your students to create and utilize enhanced flashcard study sets with classroom mobile devices. It also...

NoRedInk-A New Way to Improve Grammar and Writing

Created by a teacher who felt there must be a better way to improve the writing and grammar of his students while also making the process fun,...