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New study points to benefits of personalized learning

September 18, 2017

The research also cites positive findings on programs such as Newsela and DreamBox, which adjust to students’ skills as they work. School leaders implementing personalized learning initiatives, however, need to take a different approach to traditional instructional models, experts say.

Personalized learning, for example, allows students flexibility to master material outside of the regular school calendar and shouldn’t require teachers to be tied to a strict pacing guide, but instead to use formative data to plan instruction.

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