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Roots Executive Director Discussing the Benefit of Defaulting to Playlists

Roots ED and Founder, Jonathan Hanover, discusses the benefit of a norm of defaulting to their independent learning tasks if not scheduled directly with a teacher during a learning block.

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Transcript: Jon Hanover: some of the early pioneers in personalized learning struggled with the, just like, how do you just like, reconcile everybody's schedule on a nightly basis, right? So this basically just says if there's something on my calendar, show me that, 'cause a teacher has scheduled me for a lesson, and I need to go to it. If there's nothing on my calendar, show me whatever's next up on my playlist of self-directed work and I'll engage in that.

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