Principal September/October 2019: Personalized Learning

With the population of various student subcategories increasing (low socioeconomic status, diagnosed disabilities, English learners, and gifted and talented, for example), educators are rightly focused on identifying barriers and redesigning learning experiences to fit diverse learning needs. In this issue of Principal magazine, read about the latest research on per­sonalized learning, discover strategies to support teachers’ use of Universal Design for Learning and implement education technology in rural settings, and find out how to set up a sensory room.
This issue of Principal is also accompanied by a Leading Lessons guide, “Empowered Partners in Learning.” This guide will help you better use data to improve student personalized learning.
NAESP’s Principal magazine has teamed up with Crayola again to deliver the “Champion Creatively Alive Children” magazine supplement. You can read it online here.

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