Developing Mindsets of a Personalized Learner
When:
October 31, 2017 @ 10:25 am – 11:40 am America/Chicago Timezone
2017-10-31T10:25:00-05:00
2017-10-31T11:40:00-05:00
Where:
Wisconsin Center - 102C
400 W Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53203
USA
Contact:

Session Description
Come to this session to hear student and teacher perspectives on how our personalized learning environment is designed and how kids and teachers push one another’s thinking. Flipping the switch to personalized learning required growth of mindsets – from both the team of teachers and students. Building this capacity happened through creating a culture of openness that fosters co-learning. We’ll share how we designed the space, structured customized learning paths, and leveraged student voice and choice to grow our minds, abilities and community. Hear how we approached the design and then we will engage in some Q&A!

Presenters
Joel Block
Bill Anciaux
Curt Mould
Sun Prairie Area School District

Joel is one member of a four member house and science teacher at Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School in Sun Prairie.

Bill is one member of a four member house and English Teacher at Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School in Sun Prairie.

Curt currently works with teachers, leaders and community members to create responsive designs for student-centered learning in the new century. This work has included adopting the FutureReady framework, working with teachers to adopt and curate open education resources. As a contributor to the education community, Curt instructed the Technology for Leaders course for the Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis graduate school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and currently serves ISTE with the team developing the newly released educator standards and soon-to-be released administrator standards. Curt is a member of Games, Learning and Society, and is a researcher with the Personalization in Practice team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Curt has been program coordinator for the Northwestern University Center for Talent Development and has served as curriculum director, building administrator and high school teacher.