CSG 2016

Create Something Great

On Pedagogy

Slides: CSG Presentation on Pedagogy

PL Elements and Habits of Mind

Mentimeter Results

On Culture

Slides: CSG Presentation on Culture

Mentimeter Results


Click here for 1st-2nd Grade example of playlist from Granby Public Schools

Take a look at the magic of Jessica Craig’s 3rd Grade classroom. Click here for my take on it. Click here to see how she continues to includes students into the daily decisions of what, when, and how to learn. Click this link to see her classroom website: Reinventing 3rd Grade

Click here to visit Mountain Ridge Middle School’s iCapstone 2016 — a 7th grade challenge where students design a solution to a problem.

Click  Middle School World Geography Challenge in New Jersey to see how one social studies teacher revolutionized curriculum and instruction in his classroom.

Click here to check out personalized mastery learning at Aveson Charter School in California — a public charter school built on personalized learning

Search on learningpersonalized.com for high school biology teacher Craig Gastauer to see his personalized learning journey. Here is his first post to get you started.

Click here for a guest post from 6th grade teacher Noelle Johnson on what personalized learning is and is not in her classroom.



STEM teachers Brian Walach (math) and Dr. Sarah Goldin (science) highlight Greenwich High School’s Innovation Lab, currently wrapping up its inaugural year. The personalized learning program combines classroom lessons with hands-on projects to elevate student learning in English, math, science, and social studies.


Dr. Eric Chagala of VIDA (Vista, Ca.) and Meghan Ofer of Roxborough (Littleton, Co.) chat with Allison Zmuda about what personalized learning looks like in their schools and what they’ve learned as building principals.

Q1: What does personalized learning look like in your school?

Q2: Is personalized learning appropriate for all students?

Q3: How do you work to grow professional practice?

Q4: As a building principal, what is one lesson you learned the hard way?

Q5: What is one thing you can suggest to a building principal to get started with personalized learning?

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