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practice, and implementation. They can help
inform you and your staff as you seek ways to
bring the pedagogy into your schools.
Educational Technology

Drawing on interviews with leaders in personalized learning and a survey of relevant
research, "Using Technology to Personalize
Learning in K-12 Schools" is designed to
help educators, leaders, policymakers, developers, and researchers become informed
consumers and designers of technologyenabled personalized learning tools.
SRI Education (2018). Read the full report
here: bit.ly/2X9JDSW
"Student-Centered Learning: Functional
Requirements for Integrated Systems
to Optimize Learning" examines how
technology can be used by students and
educators to support personalized, studentowned, and collaborative learning, focusing
on a framework that addresses the needs
of learners, educators, parents/families,
administrators, and other stakeholders.
Liz Glowa and Jim Goodell (2016).
International Association for K-12 Online
Learning. Read the full report here:
bit.ly/2KMFkv5
Middle Schools

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ersonalized learning is a strategy that offers
flexibility in the curriculum and addresses
student variability by helping each learn in the
most effective manner possible. Variability exists
among program implementations, too, however,
so while personalized learning is taking root in
schools throughout the United States, what it
looks like often differs from school to school.
Check out the following resources for more
information on personalized learning in theory,

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"Advancing a Shared Understanding of
Personalized Learning: Insights From Eight
Middle School Classrooms in Rhode Island"
says that implementation of diverse learning often plays out differently in different
contexts. Teachers must tailor classroom
experiences to address diverse learning preferences and needs, as well as the specific
interests of individual learners.
Julie Coiro, Wendy Espinoza Cotta, Terry
Deeney, Jay Fogleman, and Annice Correia
Gabel (2018). Rhode Island Education
Innovation Research Network (RI-EIRN).
Read the full report here: bit.ly/2W8Ic6Z
Many reforms to expand personalized learning
are practices that long have been recommended
by advocates of middle-grades philosophy, says
"An Instrument to Measure Teacher Practices to
Support Personalized Learning in the Middle
Grades." Surveying almost 400 teachers, the
article explores practices for personalized
assessment, out-of-school learning, whole-group
learning, and technology implementation.
www.naesp.org


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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Principal - September/October 2019

From the Editor
Snapshots
5 Things
Getting to Why
A Brighter Future for Personalized Learning
Models of Voice and Choice
When Rural Gets Personal
Research Roundup: The Personal Touch
New Sensation
The Language of Learning
Giving Back, Together
In the Spotlight
Practitioner’s Corner
Early Career
Raising the Bar
The Reflective Principal
Speaking Out
Parents & Schools
NAESP Partners & Advertiser Index
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Principal - September/October 2019 - From the Editor
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Snapshots
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Principal - September/October 2019 - 5 Things
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Getting to Why
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Principal - September/October 2019 - A Brighter Future for Personalized Learning
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Models of Voice and Choice
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Principal - September/October 2019 - When Rural Gets Personal
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Research Roundup: The Personal Touch
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Principal - September/October 2019 - New Sensation
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Principal - September/October 2019 - The Language of Learning
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Giving Back, Together
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Principal - September/October 2019 - In the Spotlight
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Practitioner’s Corner
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Early Career
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Raising the Bar
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Principal - September/October 2019 - The Reflective Principal
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Principal - September/October 2019 - Speaking Out
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