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10 Books on Personalized Learning for School Leaders

By: Monica Shah on June 28th, 2017

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10 Books on Personalized Learning for School Leaders

Personalized Learning  |  Innovative Leadership

If you’re like us, as you wind down another hectic school year, you’re imagining yourself on a beach with a few good reads. But what books will make the cut? Education Elements put together a few of our favorites on personalized and blended learning just for you. You’ll start the 2017-18 school year refreshed and full of great ideas to continue to move forward with personalized learning at your school and across your district.

Here’s a sneak peek at a few of our recommendations:
  1. Beyond Reform Learn from Lindsay Unified School District’s experience in shifting towards personalized learning as you think about your own district’s transformation.
  2. The Innovator’s Mindset An inspiring read from George Couros, encouraging educators to create a culture of innovation that fosters a student’s natural curiosity.
  3. Personalized Learning Playbook One of our favorites - and not just because the author happens to be our fearless leader, Anthony Kim. A quick read for those looking to personalize at their district. We’re offering a free download of his book at the bottom of this blog.

Check out the entire reading list [pdf] here.

 

Free Download Personalized Learning Playbook By Anthony Kim

About Monica Shah

Monica is a Design Principal at Education Elements. A former teacher from Chicago, her personalized learning journey began by taking risks with her own students in helping them find their own path. She is excited to continue this work beyond the walls of her own classroom, working with districts across the country. In her free time, Monica enjoys trying out new recipes or planning her next big trip.

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