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South View team receives personalized learning Trailblazer Award

Aerial view of Kuhlman stadium with water tower in foreground.

A team of South View Middle School educators and administrators were honored by the Institute for Personalized Learning with the Trailblazer Award at the group’s 10th Annual National Convening Oct. 7-8. Receiving the award were: Tim Anderson, Principal; Ryan Carlson, Assistant Principal; Tami Jo Cook, Dean; Michaela Loo and Tricia Pettis, Personalized Learning Coaches; and Janel Wieland, Science Teacher. The award recognizes leadership in “forging a path for others” in personalized learning. Members of the team gave several presentations as part of Convening programing.

The annual Convening brings educators from across the country together to discuss emerging best practices, to share lessons and introduce new topics of personalized learning. The Institute for Personalized Learning is a division of the Cooperative Educational Service Agencies #1 in southeastern Wisconsin. Since 2010, the Institute has been using a network approach to develop and share research and learning centered on strategies for personalizing learning in classrooms.

Pictured left to right: Janel Wieland, Tami Jo Cook, Ryan Carlson, Tricia Pettis, Michaela Loo