THE CENTER'S PRIORITIES

The Center on Innovations in Learning (CIL) focuses on the Culture of Innovation and Personalized Learning.

Within the topic of culture of innovation, CIL examines change leadership and change processes (improvement, innovation, and transformation).

CIL addresses several components of personalized learning, especially (a) learning technologies, (b) competency-based education, and (c) personal competencies.

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Redlands eAcademy: A Blended Learning Success Story

The Redlands eAcademy has implemented an enriched virtual model of blended learning. By pairing extensive online work with relatively short meetings with teachers and peers on a school campus, students still have the flexibility and independence promised by online learning, and the district benefits by retaining students that would otherwise drop out or go elsewhere.

The Center on Innovations in Learning is one of 7 National Content Centers funded by the United States Department of Education supporting the 15 Regional Comprehensive Centers (RCCs) and the states they serve.

Indistar® is an Internet-based platform to guide high-quality work by school and district teams with built-in flexibility to encourage local innovation.

CENTER ON INNOVATIONS IN LEARNING

A national content center supported by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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