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Brittany Stone

Brittany is a Science Teacher atWest Fork High School in West Fork, Arkansas. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville with a B.S. in Biology and a Master of Arts in Teaching. Brittany began her personalized learning experience in the spring of 2016. Her husband, Andrew, is a fellow science teacher at WFHS and they have a 2-year- old son, named Xander.

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Classrooms  |  EE Summit  |  Personalized Learning

Superheroes in Personalized Learning!

What comes to mind when you hear the word, superhero: Batman or Superman? Merriam-Webster defines a superhero as an exceptionally skillful or successful person and that is exactly what West Fork High School is producing in our Personalized Learning Academy (PLA)! When brainstorming ideas to write about, I immediately thought “the real superheroes are the students and skills they gain throughout PLA.” Now don’t get me wrong, I AM a superhero too. Designing and implementing personalized learning (PL) in my classroom is intense and I would love to increase my superpowers by attending the PL Summit. So below, are several reasons why I feel my ability to empower my students is my superhero power!

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