I know I haven't been around for a while (life does get in the way), but I am hoping some of you can offer some insights. I began a masters program in Curriculum and Instruction last summer. The current class I am taking is about personalized learning. There are only four of us in the class, and after meeting the first time on Saturday it looks like this course is almost an independent study. In short we are supposed to collect articles and "experiences" (observations, blogs, workshop attendance, etc.), develop a project about personalized learning in our classrooms, execute it, and write up a report about it all. Everything I am finding is about personalized learning at the secondary level and/or building implementation. I am struggling to find information about personalized learning at the elementary level, and as an ELL teacher with 30 min. pull-out classes I'm not sure how to efficiently personalize the study the way it has been described in the articles I have found. Does anyone use personalized learning either as an elementary teacher and/or as a specialist? What seems to be most effective for you?