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Learning Strategy Series: Personalized Learning

Last updated on April 10, 2022

Teachers, we’re here with another blog in our learning strategy series. This time around, we’re looking at personalized learning, what it is, and how it can benefit your classrooms. Read ahead as we outline each of these!

What is Personalized Learning?

Personalized learning is a kind of learning where teachers customize lesson plans, learning methods, and other nuances to cater to each student’s specific and unique needs. It takes into account a student’s strengths, weaknesses, and interests so that teachers can bring out the pupil’s best and try to improve areas where they lack.

Benefits of Personalized Learning

Here are some key benefits of personalized learning.

1.      Initiative

When students have the confidence that their strengths are being honed, they start owning their learning process and look forward to learning. They come face to face with their strengths regularly and know that more learning can boost their academics. They also learn early that they have weaknesses that can improve when they work on it.

2.      Speaking Up

With personalized learning, students feel like they have the right to explore their own interests and speak up about them. They advocate for their right to learn certain subjects and follow through on these interests. This teaches students to partner with their educators on picking an educational experience that sets them up for success.

3.      Promotes Classroom Inclusivity

Yes, personalized learning can truly promote classroom inclusivity and increase diversity. By recognizing that students come from different backgrounds, personalized learning can showcase each student as winner in their own right despite their background. It creates space for healthy citizens of the future!

Adopt Personalized Learning Strategies Today!

How can you do this? Check out this article where we outline how you can promote personalized learning in your classroom!

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