Superintendent of the Year Forum Kicks-off with Discussion on Personalized Learning

Dan Domenech In the 19th century, America had one-room schoolhouses. Many educators believe schools are organized in the very same way. 

“No one believes that all 10-year-olds think and act the same way, and have the same ability,” said Daniel A. Domenech, executive director, AASA, during the opening session of the 2015 State Superintendent of the Year Forum.

“We have a lot of rethinking to do,” said Domenech during today’s opening conversation focused on personalized learning. “It’s about providing children at any given time with the instructional approach that would meet their individual needs.”

It’s not about a teacher lecturing a class, Domenech told the audience. It’s about changing the role of the teacher, having them become a director of learning.

 day 2 nov 18

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