ICWG Expert Outputs
Personalising learning: outcomes 2016
The focus group members prepared mini-case studies on their experience and the impact of personalising learning in their school and classrooms. The aim of the mini-case is to help other educational professionals learn from and be inspired by experts' experience.
Several members also created learning activities with the aim to share their practice so that it could be used for teacher professional development. Find the learning activites further on this page.
|Expert||School mini-case||Learning activity|
|Alicia Bankhofer (Austria)||RGORG Anton-Krieger-Gasse: Promoting creativity through personal learning||Personalising learning – focus on creativity (see below)|
|Niall O'Connor (Ireland)||Le Cheile Secondary School: Flipped learning in maths|
Personalising learning - assessment (see below)
|Philippe Favre (Switzerland)||Planzette: Objective-based evaluation||Personalising learning - assessment (see below)|
|Luis Fernandes (Portugal)||Freixo School Cluster||Personalising learning- Special Needs Students (see below)|
|Walter Steinkogler (Austria)||Abendgymnasium Salzburg||Personalising learning - Oral student feedback with screencasts (see below)|
|Svetlana Vladimirova (Estonia)||Jarve Russian Gymnasium: Basic robotics for 1st - 3rd grades|
Personalising learning activities
Special educational needs by Luis Fernandes
Assessment by Niall O'Connor and Philippe Favre
Niall O'Connor (Ireland) and Philippe Favre (Switzerland) have jointly developed a learning activity on the topic of assessment, sharing experience and examples from their schools. This learning activity includes a video screencast of Niall as part of the last slide.
Creativity by Alicia Bankhofer
Alicia Bankhofer (Vienna, Austria) has developed a short learning activity with a focus on creativity. Watch Alicia's screencast here for more details about her learning activity.
Oral feedback by Walter Steinkogler
Walter Steinkogler (Austria) has prepared a short learning activity, focusing on oral feedback to students.