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Personalized Learning 101

Thursday, November 8, 2012


By Dr. Kathleen J. Tate, Program Director of M.Ed. in Teaching Personalized learning is an educational concept I discovered recently. I researched and found two important documents that define personalized learning serving as the foundation for designing a new graduate course, “Personalized and Individualized Online Learning” introduced by the University in the fall of 2012. The first was a report from the 2010 Symposium on [Re] Design for Personalized Learning, and the second was the U.S.

Humane Education: What’s YOUR Mission?

Thursday, November 1, 2012


By Dr. Kathleen J. Tate Program Director, M.Ed. in Teaching. American Public University What is Humane Education? In April 2012, I wrote a blog titled Humane Education: Who, What, and Why? about an important and growing niche of education, as well as classroom examples and resources. I was later thrilled to read an online Forbes interview with Zoe Weil, the president and co-founder of the Institute for Humane Education (IHE).

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