Summit Learning’s spring regional convenings centered on creating effective student interventions to address all learners. We joined educators in the mid-Atlantic region as they identified the best ways to support their students as the school year winds down.
How does the Summit Learning Program change a classroom? For Carli Vandrak, high school English teacher in Fairview Park, Ohio, personalized learning is not just about different desk arrangements and scheduling. It’s about increased student engagement.
After two months of snow days and late starts, I needed to keep my middle school students on track and motivated. A little friendly Olympic competition was the answer.
Stanford University’s Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond explains why strong student-teacher relationships and a teacher’s knowledge of content are still timeless and essential elements in an effective personalized learning environment.
More than 2,100 educators will gather in 14 cities across the country for Summit Learning’s spring regional convenings this month. Here’s what to expect.
The Summit Learning Program is a free program that gives schools the tools and resources to implement and tailor Summit Learning for their community. Hear school leaders and teachers share their experience joining the Summit Learning Program and how it transformed their schools.