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Tuesday, February 26 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Learner Profiles for Districts Who Dare

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Driving instruction from the "whole child" view of the student, which is provided by the Learner Profile, is ushering in a new digital-age learning culture. A Learner Profile is built using multiple and diverse data and information about students, and is maintained by teachers & administrators, parents, and the students themselves. Teachers are better informed about their students; students are empowered by actively participating in their own learning; and parents are actively engaged.
In the group discussions we will refer to the models that are being deployed in districts, and some early outcomes. A key element of personalized learning is ensuring that teachers and students co-create and maintain an up-to-date (digital) record that provides a deep understanding of each student's individual strengths, needs, motivations, progress, and goals to help inform his or her learning. The advantage of a platform and tools approach for the Learner Profile design is:
* the ability to collect diverse and disparate data sources, along with traditional SIS data and measures, in a single location, for a well-rounded descriptive view of each student;
* a Personalized Learning Plan for each student; * accessible and easy to edit profiles;
* a survey tool to gather information for profile augmentation and update; *
We have been discussing this approach with Illinois districts, looking to build a community of early adopters who can share know-how and resources.
Focused in this session on the deployment of Learner Profiles at the High School level, we will include discussion of the use of the profile in College and Career Readiness programs.

Presenters
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Phil Hintz

Director of Technology, Gurnee School District 56
Phil Hintz is the Director of Technology for Gurnee School District 56 in Gurnee, Illinois where he has been for the past 12 years. Currently, Phil's district is in their 6th year of a district- wide, 1:1 iPad initiative for all 2400 students and teachers in grades Pre-K through 8... Read More →
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Karen Perry

Director - Title I, Henry County Schools


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