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We're glad you've joined the Personalized Learning Community! If you haven't already,  please take a few minutes to introduce yourself so we can all get to know each other better. (We have a category just for that!)

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A reflection post. We love our job. We are so thankful for what we do, but more importantly, we are thankful for our kiddos. 

I am the literacy coach at Liberty Elementary which is a personalized learning school in Riverside, California. We have been on this journey for 3 years and continue to learn and refine each day. I look forward to connecting with like- minded schools and individuals.

I am a 4th grade teacher in Waterford, WI. I've recently volunteered to pilot personalized learning in my classroom for the 17-18 school year. Looking forward to trying some new things and learning from all of you.

Hi! I'm a 3rd grade teacher in Waterford and I just recently started using a Personalized Learning approach in my classroom. I began using the areas of Math and Science, but I look forward to expanding my knowledge and applying to all areas of my classroom. It truly is an exciting approach to instruction and learning! Glad to be here!! 

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Many people often ask us about our space..."Where do you get your stuff? How do you organize materials? What about your furniture?" We wrote a blog to answer a few of those common questions :)

Hello! I am the Director of Instructional Technology at the Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools Office. We serve over 200 schools in Cook and Lake counties and are very interested in implementing successful personalized learning programs in our schools. I look forward to learning from all of you!

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Join #plrnchat tonight to discuss educator collaboration -- "educators practice together, coach each other and work as an interdependent team to craft personalized learning experiences." +Angela Patterson and +Kate Sommerville will be on -- these two educators are certainly examples of this personalized learning element. Don't miss this chat to hear their insights! 
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Is learning to play an instrument the Rosetta Stone of independent learning? Research shows that students who learn to play a instrument are more likely to be academically successful, is this because they have learned how to learn?(think practice room). When we begin instrumental music instruction at a young age, delivered with a personalized framework, can we build independent learners?
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