As we work to enhance personalized learning, we are moving toward an environment where students make more decisions about the pace, place, and path for their learning.
SPPS students increasingly will:
- collaborate with educators to create their own learner profile that identifies their strengths, weaknesses, and interests and use it to set their own learning goals
- have access to resources that support reviewing material or moving ahead according to their individual strengths and skills
- develop self-direction and self-select learning activities based on their own learning goals and feedback from others
- choose their own activities and resources that are personally relevant and reflect multiple racial and cultural perspectives
- have access to project-based learning as a means to address course standards, including the option to design their own projects and learning experiences
- design their own means for assessing and documenting learning and sharing the results with others
- design and select physical and virtual environments that best support their way of learning
- use technology to collaborate, communicate, create, research, and publish.