Is Personalized Learning the Future?
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Excerpted from an article in USA Today. Full post by Amy Rolph can be found here.
“Vista High School has a big goal for the next four years: To make school feel smaller and more personal, even though there are thousands of students on campus.
Vista, located just north of San Diego, is an advocate of personalized learning, a method that encourages students to work at their own pace on challenging projects that reflect their interests. Instead of sitting at a desk and hearing a series of teachers lecture all day, students work closely with fewer teachers and collaborate with other students in small groups to solve real-world problems.”