While a personalized learning model can be profoundly powerful for both students and teachers, make no mistake: transitioning to one is not an easy process. This model requires a detailed change plan, constant communication with all parties involved (staff, board members, students, parents, community) and an absolute commitment to its implementation. It is, though, deeply rewarding and can transform a student's educational experience into one that is personal, based on individual needs, with a student's goals and interests at the forefront. Now, with the guidance of national experts (including Ken Grover, founder and principal of Innovations Early College High School in Salt Lake City, UT), Oklahoma students are getting to experience the benefits of personalized learning, and OPSRC is here to assist more of Oklahoma's public schools in implementing this model.
On January 26 and 27, folks from Summit Learning and OPSRC will be in Tulsa to give districts not currently using a personalized learning program an opportunity to more fully understand what personalized learning using the Summit Platform is and what an implementation using this model looks like. The Summit Learning platform is a free model that provides support and resources to public schools to bring personalized learning—and the Summit Learning Platform—into their classrooms.
Please plan to join us on January 26 and 27 in Tulsa to learn more about the transformative model that is personalized learning. There is no cost to attend; all you need to do is register using the link on this flyer. If you have any questions, please feel free to let us know. We hope to see you there!