Blogs by Allison

Flexible Classroom Spaces: From Physical Change to Instructional Change

By Jessica Craig and Kirsten Sola Coming from a family of educators, Jessica taught in Illinois before moving to her
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Flexible Classroom Spaces: From Physical Change to Instructional Change

May I Have Your Attention Please? The Power of the “Toward” State

By Mike Fisher, Marie Alcock and Allison Zmuda As we imagine a contemporary curriculum that is rooted in foundational literacies, teachers
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May I Have Your Attention Please? The Power of the “Toward” State

The Power of Learning Principles

Written with support from Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins Picture a powerful learning experience you have had. Now describe what made
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The Power of Learning Principles

Teaching Shakespeare to Kids: Making the Process Fun

By Herman Davis. Herman is passionate about K-12 education and loves exploring different ways to make learning a fun experience.
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Teaching Shakespeare to Kids: Making the Process Fun

Blogs by Allison Zmuda

I am inspired by the conversations I engage in and the co-creations I am honored to be a part of in my professional life.

It is these experiences that fuel the blog posts I share on Learning Personalized. My goal is to capture the highlights of keynotes, breakthroughs that come from wrestling with an idea, and the thorny problems that are worth uncovering in pursuit of an idea or a solution.

My goal both in my writing and curating this community is to open the door to have a rich conversation that fuels inspiration and action.