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What Does It Mean to Reimagine Roles?
The roles of teacher and student shift in a personalized learning environment. We move from a traditional hierarchy to more of a learning partnership.
This category shares insights as to how schools and teacher-leaders are making the shift in releasing more control over to the students and what challenges they face along the way.
- Teacher as coach — “just in time” instructor, mentor, networker, evaluator, collaborator
- Student as self-directed learner — increasingly capable to raise questions, navigate research, develop ideas, and grow from feedback based on current performance
- Leaders as door opener — permission to create, innovate, share, and grow as individuals and as community