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How Personalised Learning Can Grow a Culture of Thinking, Connecting, and Agency in Your Students
Facilitator: Allison Gwyn Zmuda
This course focuses on how personalised learning transforms the ownership and agency students have in their own learning.

How Personalised Learning Can Grow a Culture of Thinking, Connecting, and Agency in Your Students

Audience Educators

Based on examining 7 elements of personalised learning, teachers will identify an area of focus essential to student success. They will then design and prototype instructional routines with students to amplify student voice, co-creation, social construction and self-discovery.

Session Aim

Design sustainable instructional routines to grow student agency and ownership of learning.

Learning Objectives

  • Use four attributes of personalised learning as a lens to examine (and possibly reimagine) existing assignments, projects, routines and protocols
  • Clarify the roles of teacher and student in personalised learning in relation as learning becomes more progressively student generated
  • Apply one of 7 elements of personalised learning as the basis for developing instructional routine(s)

Synchronous Workshops: Dates & Times

Session Date Time (GMT)
Initial Meeting (60 Mins) 27 Oct 4:00 PM
Workshop (90 Mins) 12 Nov 4:00 PM
Workshop (90 Mins) 17 Nov 4:00 PM
Summative Meeting (60 Mins) 24 Nov 4:00 PM
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