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Personalized Learning

Services to the Field

Personalized Learning Academy

Ongoing, intensive work aimed to change current practices by aligning goal-driven implementation to research in personalized learning.


Coaching Model

CIL engages with the SEA and/or LEA to train key personnel (principals and lead teachers) in personalized learning and enhanced lesson design. The purpose of the Personalized Learning Academy is to provide training tools to build the capacity of administration and teacher leaders to be able to enhance the quality and effectiveness of teachers’ lesson designs in order to improve student learning through personalization. The model developed in partnership with VIDE, FLICC and CIL is designed to provide consistency with lesson planning and support training and professional development needs of teachers.

St. Thomas/ St. John
Year 1 Photos: Session 1-2, 3
Year 2 Photos: Session 1, 2, 3
Message from the Superintendent
Greeting Video
October 2018


Train-the-Trainer Model

This version of the Personalized Learning Academy (PLA) engages CIL and the Regional Center to provide training to the SEA/district leaders so that they may in turn train fellow educators. The Train the Trainer Model is designed to increase personalized learning capacity at the district level, focusing on educators who have demonstrated their commitment to the district by their longevity and position. 

St. Croix
Year 1 Photos: Session 1, 2, 3

Personalized Learning Academy User Resources 

*Lesson Design Studio (LDS)

Personalized Learning Institute

A 1-2 day event focused on sharing deeper knowledge and stimulating thinking around personalized learning including learning technologies, competency-based education, and personal competencies.


Personalized Learning Champions

The Personalized Learning model developed in partnership with NCDPI and CIL will provide technical assistance, training and support in developing tools for districts and schools to implement personalized learning and provide implementation support to demonstration sites. NCDPI believes that this model will address the problem and will provide sufficient support to help teachers and schools shift their instructional practices in line with their vision for Personalized Learning.

North Carolina


Introduction to Personalized Learning