Ep. 68: How I Personalize Learning For Students In My Classroom

by TeachThought Staff

Welcome to episode 68 of the TeachThought Podcast

*also published at TeachThought.com

Today’s episode is sponsored by the fine folks at MyCreationCrate.com (see below for promo code).

It is also the follow-up in our first series guest-hosted by a variety of voices in and around education. In this episode, John Dollar, a former classroom teacher and current Education Specialist with Wisconsin Public Television, talks with colleagues Matt Koscinski and Chad Harnisch about personalized learning in the classroom.

(You can find their previous conversation here.)

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