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To design lessons and implement effective blended/personalized instructional practices in your own classroom – whether remote, hybrid, or in person – explore these key resources below.

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Most Popular Resources for Educators

How do I set up a station rotation model in my classroom?

Quick Hands

Utilizing the hand-raising feature to ensure equitable participation

Adult Wellbeing in Schools

Understanding and measuring the wellbeing of leaders, educators, and staff

Student and Teacher Progress Tracking through Tracker Sheets

Simple data sheets populated by students for progress monitoring

Lindsay High School

Lindsay High School serves all grade 9-12 students in Lindsay Unified Public Schools, a California district that uses a performance-based approach to personalized learning. 

Advice: Considerations for Creating a Homegrown Residency Program

Concrete guide to ensuring true alignment with your residency partner

Podcasts: TLA Stories of Learning

Hear how education leaders rose to tackle the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic

Remote Learning: Planning for Improvement

Power Moves for Remote Learning

Non-Verbal Engagement

Leveraging non-verbal cues during synchronous video lessons

Setting Expectations Through Surveys

Enabling "recalibration of re-entry" as remote learners enter in-person learning in the fall

Remote Pathways

Virtual, small groups for a personalized experience and support

Access to Grade-Level Instruction Through TV

Leveraging local TV for remote lessons

Multi-age Learning Pods

Grouping students in grade ranges to allow for more flexible instruction and collaborative teaching

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Getting some training on making our distance learning better for students, and I can not recommend the work of TLA enough. Very well thought-out work to help students!
Twitter user, in response to TLA's "One Thing" Insight Series
The network provides dedicated time to collaborate around the victories, the struggles, and the future of personalized learning. We learn from one another. We challenge one another. And when the common issues we face are brought to the table, we are able to rise together to meet them.
Innovation Directors Network (IDN) Participant
During one of our many deep dives into the black hole of internet searches, looking for strategies and tips you can use to #ReThinkHighSchool, we came across a holy grail of resources from The Learning Accelerator. They analyzed hundreds of schools and systems nationwide to identify the best instructional and operational practices for implementing blended and personalized learning. Here’s the best part: All of these resources are easy-to-find with an awesome category system you can filter by topic, grade, and audience.
Twitter user
We know that the theory of personalized learning is powerful but the actual nuts and bolts of implementations is extremely difficult. A lot of the work that TLA does from the practices website to their data work make personalized learning concrete with voices from actual teachers and administrators who are practitioners.
Innovation Directors Network (IDN) Participant