WHO: Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey, authors of the book Making Learning Personal

 WHEN: Wednesday, August 27th from 5:00 -5:45 PM EST

 REGISTER:  http://info.itslearning.net/Webinar-Registration-LP.html

BOSTON, AUGUST 26 -- Determining what approaches work best when using digital tools to customize education has proven to be challenging for some educators. To help educators consider how best to turn to technology and different teaching and learning approaches to provide more personalized learning experiences for students, itslearning is sponsoring a free webinar, Wednesday August 26 at 5:00 PM EST.  Renowned authors, Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey who recently wrote a book on the subject, ‘Making Learning Personal’, will host the webinar.

During the 45-minute webinar, these experts will share research and pedagogy behind the term 'Personalized Learning,' along with examples, anecdotes, and stories from the classroom. They will also explore the differences in personalization, differentiation, and individualization and provide attendees with new strategies for using the 'Stages of Personalized Learning' as a process in classrooms.

As part of the event, the first 50 registrants who attend the webinar will receive a FREE copy of the book, 'Make Learning Personal,' book. (* NOTE: Recipients must be in attendance on the webinar to be eligible to receive the book. U.S. residents only.)


To register, please go to http://info.itslearning.net/Webinar-Registration-LP.html or visit www.itslearning.net


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