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DSD Senior Director Ramona Treviño shows how the Puget Sound Educational Service District aims to close the opportunity gap through personalized learning.
We are on the brink of transforming how we educate our future citizens with the use of technology, but it is important for educators to have a common understanding of these terms and methodologies so that we can learn from each other.
"To sustain a democracy requires a democratic culture nurtured by our education system." Ramona Treviño explains how student voice nurtures and uplifts a democratic society
"We established core beliefs for moving schools towards personalized learning, as well as a systematic set of practices to support schools in the process of 'getting from here to there'. Though identified here for personalized learning, this philosophy of core beliefs in effecting change has proven applicable for any school transformation effort."
CCE’s District and School Design (DSD) practice area convened recently to discuss strategies on having crucial conversations about race and equity. With educational equity at the core of our work and race at the center of our daily news, we questioned how best to talk about race and equity with our partner schools, district, and educators.
Many confuse the terms blended learning with personalized learning. Blended learning is an instructional model that integrates digital and online media content into teacher instructional practice. Ramona summarizes five approaches to bringing more blended approach to learning into the classroom.
After a recent review of Carol Dweck’s Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Ramona reflects on the importance of Growth Mindset and how educators can employ strategies that truly prepare students to be confident, self-directed, and collaborative lifelong learners.