Course Code: EDUC629 Course ID: 4361 Credit Hours: 3 Level: Graduate
This advanced graduate course will examine the evidence-based practices for individual and collective student personalization in K-16+ classrooms and similar settings. Personalization is closely related to two additionally important approaches: individualization and differentiation. All three require a shift from a teacher-centered approach to an authentic student-centered approach. An effective student-centered focus requires tailoring of lessons to the abilities, interests, preferences, future life dreams, socio-emotional attributes, and other individual and collective needs of diverse students. The course examines motivation, assessment, and technological tools and how they pertain to personalization in online, face-to-face and hybrid contexts.
|Registration Dates||Course Dates||Start Month||Session||Weeks|
|07/31/2023 - 12/29/2023||01/01/2024 - 02/25/2024||January||Winter 2024 Session B||8 Week session|
Upon successful completion of this course, candidates will be able to:
- Apply K-12 personalization best practices
- Analyze ways to motivate students.
- Apply The Self Theory in Schooling as a framework for personalizing the teaching and learning processes.
- Examine implications of a paradigm shift to a student-centered focus in teaching and learning.
|Learning Activity 1: Personalized Learning Speech||9.38%|
|Learning Activity 2: Students, Self Theory, and Self Glog||9.38%|
|Learning Activity 3: Positive Psychology Application Project||9.38%|
|Learning Activity 4: Pre-Plan for Personalized Learning||9.38%|
|Learning Activity 5: (Pre-Plan for Personalized Learning) Assessment of Student Learning||9.38%|
|Learning Activity 6: SMART Goal||9.38%|
|Learning Activity 7: Technological Tool Web||9.38%|
|Learning Activity 8: Personalized Learning Plan||9.38%|
Not current for future courses.