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Presented by Dr. Julie Mathiesen
TIE Director
Innovation in Education:
The Potential of Personalized & Customized Learning
The Constants:
Time
Space
50 minutes
5 days a week
9 months a year
The Variable
Achievement
A New Approach..
Personalized/Customized Learning
87,000
drink combinations
1. The current Industrial Age system
of education is working perfectly.
25% skilled 75% unskilled
1. The current Industrial Age system
of education is working perfectly.
2. "Tinkering" with the system is
not very effective.
Weight Bearing Walls
From Tinkering to Transformation?
1. The current Industrial Age system
of education is working perfectly.
2. "Tinkering" with the system is
not very effective.
3. Industry has figured out how to mass
customize products and services.
High Ability? High Interest?
1. The current Industrial Age system
of education is working perfectly.
2. "Tinkering" with the system is
not very effective.
3. Industry has figured out how to mass
customize products and services.
4. Education needs to figure out how to
mass customize in order to survive -- and thrive.
5. Student acquisition of content and skills needs to become more teacher independent.
What do we know about Jane/Joe Student?
grades/report cards
NCLB test scores
health
parental situation
xtra curricular
behavior
attendance
learning style
career interest
It is morally imperative that students become responsible for
their own learning
.
"If I had asked people what they wanted,
they would have said faster horses."
An Amazon for Education
The Learning Registry
a transportation challenge
/
an education challenge
Much of what we do in public education made sense when it was designed – in
1892
.
Technology serves
the needs of learners and educators.
The Big Ideas of
Personalized/Customized Learning
1
2
3
4
5
teach English, mathematics, and history/civics each year
teach biology, chemistry & physics, in that order
Henry Ford
1. Grade Levels
2.
Courses/Curriculum
3.
Class Periods/Bell Schedule
4. Students Assigned to Classrooms
5.
Textbooks
6.
ABC Grading System/Student Evaluation
7. Learning Happens in Schools/Space
8. Learning Happens in Nine Months/Time
9. Report Cards/Informing Parents
10. Paper & Pencil Orientation
TEXTBOOKS
What they do for us:
Provide authoritative & dependable content/curriculum in chunks that fit a specific course...teachers know what they are to teach and students know what they are to learn.
What they stop us from doing:
Accessing nearly unlimited content from anywhere that directly fits learner needs and interests.
1. The current Industrial Age system of education is working perfectly.
2. "Tinkering" with the system is not very effective.
3. Industry has figured out how to mass customize products and services.
4. Education needs to figure out how to customize in order to survive -- and THRIVE.
3-D Laser Scanning
for perfect customized jeans!
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Mind Body Connection
Transformational Technologies
ipads
Chromebooks
broadband
and lots of it!
My Purpose:
share the vision of personalized/ customized learning
foster urgency to change the current industrial-based system
share examples of technology tools to make it happen
iTunesU
WolframAlpha
Khan Academy
CK-12 Flexbooks
Replacement, or at a minimum, significantly
alter structures
of Industrial Age schools
Operations & Algebraic Thinking
Numbers & Operations in Base Ten
Measurement & Data
Geometry
Grade 2 SD Math Standards
Teachers & Instructional Leaders are responsible for many things...
Teacher readiness to deliver content and skills must be UNTETHERED from student readiness to acquire them.

TECHNOLOGY HELPS US DO THIS BETTER
Info Graphics
Why is education one-size fits all?
Why do we need to thrive?
It is
learner-centered
http://bit.ly/masa13
All students can learn
Students learn at different rates and in different ways
Mistakes are inherent in the learning process
Grading to Match our Beliefs:
Sort and select talent?
or
Develop talent in all?
Set proficiency-based learning outcomes for things that are important.

Determine how each outcome is BEST LEARNED.
The Vision of Personalized/Customized Learning
What if....everyday, every learner came to school and was met with learning experiences that:

met the learner's
readiness level
accommodated personal
learning style
contained content of
personal interest
where designed to be
intrinsically motivating

What if....everyday, every learner was challenged, was successful and left school eager to come back tomorrow?
laptops
tablet devices
Corbin
10 months
Transformative Tools
averaging grades
doesn't make sense
Learn/Earn
Sleep and the Teenage Brain by Maria Popova
Learning Target
Learning Target
Learning Target
Learning Target
Learning Target
Learning Target
Learning Target
Learning Target
Learning Target
Measurement Topic
Measurement Topic
Measurement Topic
Content Standard
Many outcomes are best learned
with assistance from
enabling technologies.
Gooru offers over 16 million curated learning resources and high-quality, personalize learning content to students.
Independent "doers" that can negotiate their own learning.
iTunes

Leverage
human
and
technology
resources to better meet learners at their
achievement level
, with experiences that capitalize on their
individual learning style
,
using content of interest,
with learning experiences
designed to be intrinsically motivating
.

Many units of learning can be
untethered
from teacher readiness to deliver them allowing students to move at different paces and to take different paths to master the Learning Outcomes.

A significant by-product is that learning becomes more intrinsically rewarding and student develop the self-efficacy that is critical for
post-secondary and career readiness
.

Nearly Free Online AP Courses (Learning Power Program NSU)
Dual Enrollment Courses ($40 for student)
Online or In-House Electives of Interest
Work Study/Internships in Community
Community Service/CertificationsEMT/Firefighter training

Let the fast runners run!
Number of behavior incident reports for ’14-‘15
CL program: 7 incidents for a group of 303 students
Traditional program: 173 incidents for a group of 86 students

Attendance for ’14-‘15
CL program: 97.4%
Traditional program: 93.6%

Change in Average GPA for ’14-‘15
Class of 2017 CL students: +.21
Class of 2017 Traditional students: -.15
Class of 2018 CL students: +.26
Class of 2018 Traditional students: -.22

Measure/observations of Learner Engagement
(
Kuhrt factor for classroom engagement
)
CL program: 89.6%
Traditional program: 61.9%
Harrisburg High School Customized Learning Implementation
Based on show what you know - not seat time.
Blended Learning
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