Personalized Learning

Summers Are for Fun, Relaxation and a Whole Lot of Learning – Part 2
While learners often associate summer with anything but learning (at least formally), facilitators often use summer to rest as well as to learn. Their professional...
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Maker Learning Network Staff Share Summer Self-Care Plans, Tips
If you feel like you’re hearing more about self-care than ever before, you’re right. It's a popular topic. According to Google Trends, the number of...
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Summers Are for Fun, Relaxation and a Whole Lot of Learning
Many professionals associate summer with some time off for fun, relaxation and vacationing. Many educators also use the summer to continue their commitment to ongoing...
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SCVi’s Graduating Class Concludes Year with Senior Defense Presentations
From yearbook signings to year-end celebrations to graduation, high school seniors participate in many activities as they conclude their high school years. At SCVi Charter...
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iLEAD Exploration College Advisor Launches Virtual College Fair for Homeschoolers
On May 12, 70 colleges and universities pitched programs and opportunities to over 500 homeschool and alternative education learners who don’t traditionally have access to...
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SCVi Sophomore Applies Entrepreneurial Skills to Instagram
Social media is one of the many powerful new media literacy tools. People all over the world are launching and advancing their careers while also...
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SCVi Sophomores Model Choice, Reflection and Agency with Personal Projects
Project-based learning includes key instructional elements such as learners sharing their work publicly, receiving feedback in order to revise their work and having choice and...
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5 Ways School Leaders Can Make Educators Feel as Important as They Are
The month of May is Teacher Appreciation Month. Appreciation and recognition of our teachers, or facilitators, is so important. We often see this manifest in...
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iLEAD Spring Meadows Learners Make Personal Connections to Civic Action
Children are increasingly aware of civic issues globally, nationally and in their local communities. In response, facilitators are creating civic engagement opportunities for learners regarding...
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iLEAD Parent Appreciates Personalized Approach to Learning
Parent Sandra Brosnan recently reached out to thank and acknowledge iLEAD Online for the support of her 14-year-old daughter and for reinvigorating her faith in...
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4 Ways Educators Can Model Lifelong Learning
Lifelong learning is an essential skill. As educators, we know that if we can foster our students' natural love of learning, they will ultimately be...
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Empower Generations Learners Take Civic Action through ‘Creating a Difference Project’
Many educators believe civic education, engagement and activism are vital aspects of learning and maintaining a healthy democracy. All over the country, we are seeing...
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WorldOver International School Crafts Unique Experiences for Global Learners
People are searching for authentic, quality experiences in all aspects of their lives. Every industry, from dining to travel to retail, is responding to an...
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How iLEAD Schools Set the Standard for Online Special Education
During the pandemic and distance learning, many schools have struggled to give their most vulnerable learners the accommodations they need. However, iLEAD Schools continue to...
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iLEAD Online Works to Accommodate Increased Demand Due to Pandemic
Students often switch schools between academic years, but the summer of 2020 is unique. The COVID-19 pandemic has directly and indirectly forced an uptick in...
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What’s Unique about iLEAD Schools’ Culture and Community?
Peter Drucker famously said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” More and more educators are realizing that culture is the driving force behind everything they do....
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How Does iLEAD Personalize Learning?
What is “personalized learning”? The term refers to a variety of educational programs, learning experiences, instructional approaches and academic support strategies intended to address the...
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Personal Projects Inspire 10th Grade Learners, Facilitators
Educators have long talked about the concept of students owning their learning. Students who do so are motivated, engaged and self-directed. They can monitor their...
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Maker Learning Network, iLEAD Schools Take Lead in Online Learning in Response to School Closures
Since school closures hit the nation in mid-March, educators and their affiliated organizations across the country have been scrambling to meet the diverse needs of...
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iLEAD Schools Incorporate Love & Logic to Build Community and Learner Ownership
If you ask any adult about their most dominant memories of school, one of the most common stories you’ll undoubtedly hear will be about a...
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iLEAD Legacy Makers: Jax Malcolm
In the professional world, there is often a common means of establishing someone’s presence in any particular field: Google it. That’s right. If you Google...
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iLEAD Investment Teams Create Collaboration, Community & Creativity
iLEAD Schools are always proud that the “i” in iLEAD represents “International,” highlighting the commitment to developing global citizens. Well, that same commitment, complete with...
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