Personalized Learning

A robot built by students to research endangered frogs in Lake Titicaca, in Peru, being tested in June, 2016, by Lindsey Hamblin, then a Skyline High School senior, and Callie Meyers, then a Skyline junior.

This STEM-focused district hands out paychecks along with report cards

Students bank $10 an hour for after-school work completing projects for nearby companies

LISTEN: How a “drop-out factory” turned into model for success

Educators embraced personalized learning, an idea with little research but a lot of enthusiasm

Students from City As School high school in New York City think like engineers as they construct a water filtration system.

The next generation of science education means more doing

New standards push class activities that get kids thinking and acting like scientists

Carla Savinon, now a sophomore, works on a painting in her visual arts class last spring at Boston’s Margarita Muñiz Academy, where arts are a core component of the curriculum.

With no silver bullet, innovation abounds at this bilingual high school

The school also features expeditionary learning, mastery-based grading, technology, the arts and community-building

Students make use of tablets and technology while working in small groups.

Three lessons from rigorous research on education technology

Hope seen in "personalized" software for math

OPINION: Seven traits of Massachusetts’ most effective classrooms

The bottom line on student engagement

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Massachusetts districts now trade notes on best paths to personalized learning

The Massachusetts Personalized Learning Edtech (MAPLE) Consortium gives districts across the state a way to learn from each other

OPINION: Ending “one size fits all” programs for social-emotional learning

Ripple Effects intervention and other ways to level the playing field

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