Best Practices for Building Learner Pathways
October 31, 2017 @ 2:15 pm – 3:30 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Wisconsin Center - 102C
400 W Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53203

Session Description
Join a group of teachers who are in their second year of building learner pathways. From first grade to fourth grade to middle school, these classroom teachers will share tips, tactics and learner-centered strategies to maximize student voice while still addressing state standards. What is a learner pathway? How do these pathways support student agency and ownership? What are characteristics of highly effective learner pathways? Learn organizational tips that help streamline the student experience. Explore real examples of learning paths at different grade levels for diverse groups of students. Leave with templates to start creating learning paths for your own students.

Carlene DiMaggio (@CarleneDiMaggio)
Abby Staroszczyk
Meredith Price
Chris Bratta
Melissa Lesser (@Mrslesser4)
Fremont School District 79

Carlene DiMaggio, a fourth grade teacher, is a trailblazer in personalized learning. Through tech integration, learner profiles and promoting student agency, she supports her students as they explore learning that is meaningful for each of them. DiMaggio’s energy and enthusiasm for personalized learning is contagious.