Technology and the Design of Personalized Learning – June 20, 2012, 1:00 – 4:30 p.m.

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This event will look at re-engineering the classroom to harness the power of digital technologies. How can we customize learning to meet the needs of each student? Technology tools, teaching innovation, and new ways of organizing learning may provide the answer. Join us to hear from national experts on technology-enhanced customized learning.


Jennie Magiera, a 4th-5th grade math teacher in the Chicago Public Schools. Jennie began implementing a 1:1 iPad technology grant. She was also named a Golden Apple Teacher of Distinction in 2008, Apple Distinguished Educator and this January she was named the Chicago Public School’s Tech Innovator of the Year.

Dominick D’Angelo, Principal of I.S. 228 in New York, has a strong focus on mathematics and technology. In 2010 the school began the School of One program for mathematics. The School of One seeks to customize learning to each child and is housed in its own dedicated section of the school, where instruction takes place in large, interconnected classrooms.

University of Minnesota, Science Teaching & Student Services (STSS) Building, Room 412
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Co-presented by the University of Minnesota Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs and College of Education & Human Development in partnership with the Carl & Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation, Minneapolis Foundation, Minnesota Department of Education, Minnesota Humanities Center, SciMathMN, and Science Museum of Minnesota.