Personalising learning 1.What is personalised learning? 2.Why personalise learning? 3.What does personalising learning involve? 4.Examples of personalised activities and resources: vocabulary, grammar and speaking.
Personalised learning is….. asking personal questions about learners: salary; age; relationships. taking into account learning styles and approaches. allowing learners complete control over what goes on in class. becoming our students best friends. finding out about learner opinions and interests. putting the learner at the centre of the learning process.
Personalised learning….. takes into account prior learning and experience. involves finding out about learners. gives students choice and voice. is about localisation and humanisation. involves learner-centred activities and tasks.
Why should we personalise learning? its more M E A N I N G F U L its more R E L E V A N T its more E N G A G I N G its more M O T I V A T I N G it s more R E S P O N S I V E its more C H A L L E N G I N G its more H U M A N!
Personalised learning is more than a portfolio of effective teaching and learning strategies focused on the individual; it is primarily about an ethics and culture. UK National College for School Leadership
Personalised learning permeates all aspects of the teaching process ….. Learner needs and interests Learner styles Lesson planning
Class profile interests aims background s preferences styles
New Inside Out series A renewed commitment to meaningful presentation, meaningful practice and meaningful communication.
Ten reasons why teachers like New Inside Out 1.Subjects that matter to students 2.Making it personal means making it meaningful 3.Teachable for teachers 4.Varies methods create vitality 5.Activities that get people talking 6.Practice makes perfect 7.Giving students skills to be self-sufficient 8.Building a better every day vocabulary 9.Real life grammar for real life English 10.Success is guaranteed
The case for personalisation is strong! Personalising lessons: makes them more engaging, stimulating, relevant and human! Think about the learners ate all stages, including the planning process. Make a real effort to get to know your students: interests, learning styles, needs. Use New Inside Out for personalised, localised, and meaningful practice tasks.
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