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Calendar Event: Culture Shift: Transform Learning for All Learners

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Date(s) and Registration  
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Category   Spotlight Sessions
Duration   60 Minutes
Delivery Tool   Webinar

Has the term "personalized learning" captured your attention? What is it? What isn't it? What does it look like? Join CILC as we host Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey of Personalize Learning, LLC in our mid-September Spotlight Session!

Learn how personalizing learning will transform teaching and learning so every learner owns and drives their learning, how teacher and learner roles will change, and how this will impact the culture of school. With this culture shift, it will be critical for learners to acquire the skills to select and the knowledge to use the appropriate tools, resources and strategies to demonstrate mastery of the content and meet their learning goals. The educational challenge will be to create a sustainable learner-centered environment that motivates and engages learners in the learning process so they are critical thinkers who are college- and career-ready. This presentation will include:
-what is and what is not personalized learning? -why personalize learning?
-how do learners learn best?
-the stages of personalized learning with models and scenarios.
-how (the process) to build sustainable personalized learning environments.

Barbara Bray is Creative Learning Officer and Co-Founder of Personalize Learning, LLC and Founder/Owner of My eCoach with over 25 years of experience building Communities of Practice, facilitating organization’s visions and planning process, designing coaching programs and “Making Learning Personal.” Barbara writes a regular column on professional development for OnCUE (Computer Using Educators), has written for multiple journals on teaching and learning, and co-authored articles with Kathleen McClaskey on Personalized Learning in major journals including the feature article “Step-by-Step Guide to Personalize Learning” for ISTE’s Leading and Learning May 2013 issue. Barbara is a sought after speaker who has presented internationally on assessment, personalizing learning, coaching, and even Tips and Tricks. She was awarded the Gold Disk in 1998 and Platinum Disk in 2009 from CUE for the advancement of educational technology in teaching and learning. Twitter: bbray27

Kathleen McClaskey, CEO and Co-Founder of Personalize Learning is a recognized UDL and Digital Learning Consultant with 30 years experience in using technology in the classroom and in creating learner-centered environments. Kathleen is a frequent international, national and regional workshop presenter on topics that include Universal Design for Learning (UDL), Technology for Diverse Learners and Math and Technology: Bringing Research to Practice. She currently co-presents with her Co-Founder, Barbara Bray on topics on personalized learning and learner-centered environments including The Six Steps to Personalize Learning to Meet the Common Core and Culture Shift: Personalize Learning for Every Learner. She co-presents with Barbara in the popular eCourse, “The 5 W’s of Personalized Learning” that is attended by educators from around the world. Kathleen currently curates on Personalized Learning and Universal Design for Learning in Scoop.it. She can be followed on Twitter at #khmmc.

Take the time to join CILC, Barbara and Kathleen in this afternoon session focused on Personalized Learning! Register for this CILC Spotlight today!

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Price   FREE!
Contact Information   Tonia Carriger
Phone: (317) 231-6526

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