Focus on Teachers: Brooklyn teacher talks about shift to personalized learning
Focus on Teachers: Brooklyn teacher Aaron Kaswell talks about his shift to personalized learning
Original article appears on Impatient Optimists, accessible here.
Posted: Thursday, December 11, 2014
By VICKI PHILLIPS
When I was at the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) conference last month, I was able to catch up with math teacher Aaron Kaswell from MS 88 Peter Rouget School in Brooklyn, NY.
A year ago, we highlighted Aaron’s and his school’s implementation of New Classroom’s School of One, a blended learning approach that uses daily assessments to customize the next day’s instruction using multiple strategies, including individual online learning, workshops with teachers and problem solving tasks with peers.
At the time, Aaron was a few months into his second year of School of One. He was eager and pleased to be moving beyond logistical questions of implementation to focusing on ways to use School of One to engage and challenge students at higher levels.
I was interested to hear from Aaron what he had learned from this past year and where he sees School of One heading for his students and co-teachers.
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