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Our 10 Most Popular Personalized Learning Blogs of 2016

By: Amy Jenkins on January 4th, 2017

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Our 10 Most Popular Personalized Learning Blogs of 2016

Personalized Learning  |  Blended Learning  |  Education Elements  |  Competency-Based Education

Over the course of 2016 we published more than 70 blog posts on our weekly blog, sharing ideas from our team, our districts, and thought leaders from across the country. We are amazed and inspired by all the passion, leadership and innovation in the personalized learning space reflected in the Bring Your Own Thoughts (BYOT) blog. While we can’t say enough good things about every blog that’s been shared, here are the top 10 most popular posts from the past year:

 

Top10Blog No1.png1. THE CORE 4 OF PERSONALIZED LEARNING

By Scott Johns

 

  

Top10Blog No2.png2. [GUEST POST] GIVING UP CONTROL: A TEACHER’S PERSPECTIVE ON THE PERSONALIZED LEARNING JOURNEY

By Ashley Bajohr

 

 

Top10Blog No3.png3. 6 RISKS TO AVOID WHEN IMPLEMENTING PERSONALIZED LEARNING: PART 1 and PART 2

By Janice Vargo

 

 

Top10Blog No4.png4. THE PERSONALIZED LEARNING MINDSET

By Anthony Kim

 

 

Top10Blog No5.png5. THE 4X4 OF PERSONALIZED LEARNING (PART 4)

By Yosr Najjar

 

 

Top10Blog No6.png6. PERSONALIZED LEARNING: THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES

By Heather Van Looy & Dana Britt

 

 

Top10Blog No7.png7. A YEAR OF PERSONALIZED LEARNING: 3 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

By Nikki Mitchell

 

 

Top10Blog No8.png8. REFLECTIONS ON PERSONALIZED AND PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

By Mike Wolking

 

 

Top10Blog No9.png9. HOW WILL YOU MEASURE THE SUCCESS OF PERSONALIZED LEARNING

By Keara Duggan

 

 

Top10Blog No10.png10. [GUEST POST] WHY PERSONALIZED LEARNING IS IMPERATIVE

By Michael Horn

  

 

Thanks to all of our authors -- we love our personalized learning community and look forward to sharing more great thoughts about personalized learning in 2017! For more blogs, check out our BYOT page.

- Amy & The Education Elements Team

 

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About Amy Jenkins

Amy Jenkins is the chief operating officer of Education Elements. Following a meandering path of teaching in Oakland, running an after-school program, working at NewSchools Venture Fund and being a strategy consultant she is thrilled to now focus on supporting districts to in their efforts to become more dynamic, responsive and outcomes-oriented. Amy splits her time at work between coaching district leaders and ensuring the health and happiness of everyone at Education Elements through creating an environment where everyone can thrive and grow. On the weekends she can be found chasing her kids around.

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