Often standards in education are seen as a roadblock to personalization. This article offers practical strategies for using essential questions to address standards and create personalization, with examples from varying grade levels and subjects. The author feels essential questions can provide more meaningful and personalized ways to connect students to the content. The article includes specific examples of real standards accompanied by essential questions.
This article can inspire educators to develop more engaging and personalized lessons, that live up to content requirements, or be used as a starting point for school-wide conversations around personalization.
Source Organization: ASCD