Using a modern classroom curriculum to support your child
Here at The Wright School, our faculty understands the various factors that can lead to learning gaps. In response, and as technologies have advanced, we have adapted to a personalized teaching and learning approach to close thos gaps and address the individual needs of every student we're privileged to have an opportunity to work with.
We truly feel personalized learning is the key to success in a modern classroom to solve modern education issues parents and students are facing.
What is personalized learning?
Personalized learning is a way for teachers to connect to each child and give them the time and energy they need to succeed.
The U.S. Department of Education describes personalized learning as “involving customizing the learning pace to individual learners, tailoring instructional methods, and personalizing learning content”.
For students, that means they’ll get access to a teaching model that adapts to them, rather than a one-size-fits-all method. This modern classroom approach has become increasingly studied and applied thanks to consistent positive results.
We’re proud to use the HMH curriculum at The Wright School. We use technology to make our teaching more adaptive and give your child the support their need to succeed. By connecting adapted assessments and digital reports to standards-aligned resources, the online tools allow for better teaching and more progress.
Benefits of personalized learning
1. Improve academic outcomes
Personalized Education Programs have been shown to boost student outcomes at just about every level. The personalized attention and support allow each student to perform better and improve their academic standing.
2. Take Initiative
These learning plans allow each student to take control of their education and explore with greater motivation. They’ll learn faster, stay engaged, and want to remain curious throughout their schooling.
3. Move away from standardized testing
Rather than focusing on test scores, personalized learning allows teachers to really focus on what each student needs. It’s a holistic approach that doesn’t compare through numbers, but focuses on what they truly need to succeed.