SAN CARLOS, Calif. (PRWEB) February 01, 2018 -- Education Elements, the national expert on personalized learning, proudly announces its expansion in Georgia with an exciting new partnership with four Georgia school districts. This partnership kicked off with a meeting on January 16, 2018, that brought together 13 schools in four Georgia school districts, including Bibb County School District, Dougherty County School System, Muscogee County School District, and Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools to strategize ways to increase student achievement and engagement through the design and implementation of personalized learning in each of the schools.
Thirteen schools from each of the four districts received the opportunity to participate in a personalized learning program in partnership with the OneGeorgia Authority and the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement, with the support of Education Elements. As part of this program they will receive professional development, devices and digital content.
“We are so excited for this partnership to begin,” said Julie Noland, Program Manager/Special Projects in the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement. “We believe that personalized learning has the potential to help us close the achievement gap and help each and every student succeed. And we believe that the partnerships we have formed and technology we will introduce will have a lasting impact on these schools.”
Education Elements will work with the districts and schools to conduct readiness assessments, develop visions for personalized learning, and design new instructional models for the schools. Schools, district and school leaders, and teachers will also receive professional development, coaching, and support from Education Elements. In addition, schools will receive Apple devices and digital content from Lexia Learning and Dreambox Learning.
“The schools and districts selected are full of passionate educators who care deeply about their students,” said Amy Jenkins, COO of Education Elements. “We are excited to support the educators and leaders in each district, providing them with the professional development and tools they need to shift towards more student-centered learning environments.”
Education Elements has been working with Fulton County Schools, Georgia for several years, in addition to providing support to Liberty County School System, Georgia, and is excited to expand its reach and impact to more school districts and students in the state. For more information about Education Elements and its services, visit https://www.edelements.com/.
About Education Elements
Education Elements works with districts to build and support dynamic school systems that meet the needs of every learner, today and tomorrow. The Education Elements team takes the time to understand the unique challenges school leaders face, and then customizes an approach for each district. Since 2010, Education Elements has worked with hundreds of districts across the country and brings deep expertise, design-thinking, expert facilitation and the spirit of collaboration, along with an extensive toolkit of resources and technology, to deliver sustainable results.
Amy Jenkins, Education Elements, http://www.edelements.com, +1 (415) 377-8292, [email protected]
SOURCE Education Elements