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Reminder you will be building your own credit at the close of this event.  Each session will count 1.2 hours towards your credit.  You will collect certificates throughout the event to submit in MyLearningPlan at the conclusion of reIGNITE 2019. Digital Sessions will require the Digital Learning Artifact: bit.ly/jcpsdlcartifact.

Note: If you are attending with your PLC members you might consider signing up for the same reIGNITE Calibration session (Learn 1) so that you can have common language in the coming year.
Tuesday, August 13 • 9:40am - 10:55am
Personalized Learning Quests for Beginners FILLING

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Learning Objectives & Rationale: 
My desired outcomes for this session will be for teachers to understand the purpose of a learner profile, to learn how to create a digital learner profile, to understand how to utilize the data results from a learner profile and create personalized learning experiences that are effective and engaging for their students. My hope is for the participants in this session to share what they have learned to other colleagues at their school. 

Description: 
This beginner’s session will share teacher made examples of personalized learning quests, examples of learner profiles, interactive participation activities, management tips, examples on how to differentiate, examples of how standards based grading can be utilized, and dedicated time to create their own learner profile and/or personalized learning quest. By participating in this session, teachers will be able to create personalized learning quests based on student interest and increase student learning and engagement. 

Modalities/Implementation Practices:
As a presenter, I have created an abundance of content quests and playlists in the areas of social studies, science, and mathematics. My co-presenter has created reading quests as well. My co-presenter and I have also created and given two learner profiles  this year and we used the student results to drive our instruction. Participants will have an opportunity to view two examples of personalized learning quests in the areas of reading, math, social studies, and science. They will also be able to view the learner profiles we created and used this year with our students. We will also show the student results so they are able to see an example of what a learner profile can look like after students have completed one . We will provide participants with template examples of quests and learner profiles. We will also provide management tips for executing a successful quest in the classroom and how these quests can be used for standards based grading. Lastly, participants will participate in a quest where they review the material that was taught in the session. They will be able to choose their review pathway when completing the quest. As presenters, we will conference with the participants and ask questions as they are completing their pathway. After we have conferences and they have completed their pathway, they will then prove their learning by creating their own learner profile and/or quest. They are able to form groups based on grade levels and work together or they may work interdependently.


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:40am - 10:55am
Room 232

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