• We don’t need personalization as much as we need to promote and give opportunities for our kids to do personal learning

  • If we can’t engage our kids in ideas and explorations that require no technology, then we have surely lost our way

  • You want to really engage kids? Give them opportunities to learn personally, to create their own texts and courses of study, and to pursue that learning with others in and out of the classroom who share a passion.

  • Flipping is nothing new, and as it stands, most flipping that I see doesn’t flip the most important switch that I’ve been discussing here — moving ownership of learning away from the teacher and more toward the student.

  • Because of the Web and the plethora of new technologies, the best thing we can do for kids is empower them to make regular, important, thoughtful decisions about their own learning, what they learn and how they learn it

Posted from Diigo.

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