Communicating Personalized Learning to Families and Stakeholders: Terminology, Tools and Tips for Success

This white paper is a guide to creating informative conversations and preventing miscommunication about personalized learning. It is based on research around how communications impact stakeholders’ impression of personalized learning – both negatively and positively.

Educators and school leaders will appreciate the specific tips such as ideas on how to best approach communication with various stakeholders and words and phrases to use or avoid to help build community support for personalized learning initiatives.

Source Organization: ExcelinEd and Education Elements

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