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How to Incorporate Personalized Learning in Your Classroom

Last updated on April 10, 2022

Personalized learning can make all the difference in how your students progress in their learning journeys! Different students learn at their own pace depending on their strengths, weaknesses, and the environment they grew up in.

Personalized learning can help students be more productive and discover their interests as well. Here’s how you can incorporate personalized learning in your classrooms.

1.      Use Learner’s Profiles

Move beyond the report card to learners’ profiles in the documents you keep. Record your students’ strengths, weaknesses, progress, and interests. This is a great asset to have when you discuss with your students’ progress with parents and point out the direction in which your students are growing.

Parents will also be encouraged to make choices that keep their students’ profiles into account.

2.      Adding Customized Learning Paths

Some students may be excellent at expressing their ideas in words. Others do better with visual aids like picture projects. Let your students explore multiple learning and presenting methods and equip them with options to use these to communicate their learnings.

3.      Using Design Thinking

Some schools go so far as to tweak students’ learning environments, the structure of their day, and more to accommodate various learning patterns! While this may be difficult to adopt in all classrooms, you can apply micro design thinking in your classroom environment. For instance, mix it up and get your students to first ask questions and keep the learning for later. Experiment and see what works best for which students.

Adopt Personalized Learning in Your Classrooms!

Personalized learning can be extremely rewarding if you adopt it right! Go ahead and adopt in in your classrooms today!

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