Personalized Learning


Personalized learning is already being enacted in several school districts across Georgia. These districts have expressed frustration with barriers to growing personalized learning beyond individual pilot classrooms. One barrier was teacher preparation, and we began a pursuit to design educator preparation programs and professional learning systems that would support teacher expertise and build capacity in personalized learning. However, we quickly discovered that similar barriers affected our efforts to grow personalized learning from our own setting and role. Barriers that persist beyond districts and schools of education are more closely related to state policies, laws, organizational structures, accreditation, assessments, and limited technologies.

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