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Learning GPS! We mind map kids, then give teachers directions to (1) reach each student & (2) guide them along their unique paths to understanding...for $600 per campus site license per year or $24 ...

Learning GPS! We mind map kids, then give teachers directions to (1) reach each student & (2) guide them along their unique paths to understanding...for $600 per campus site license per year or $24 annually per classroom account.

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    • ®HOW ARE YOUR STUDENTS MEANT TO LEARN? Differentiated Instruction via Learning Preferences
    • Prepared 1/16/12 for a select group of investors :: please do not distribute ®
    • Prepared 1/16/12 for a select group of investors :: please do not distribute Piaget, 1981 Comer, 2004 Christensen, 2009 Renzulli & Reis, 2010 Myers -Briggs, 1980 Learning theorists have echoed for decades that the keys to unlocking a child’s learning potential lie in the teacher’s ability to make education more enjoyable for their students & create a strong bonds. Cushman, 2010 Jones & Jones, 1981Lawrence, 1979 Sousa, et. al., 2010 ®
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    • solution®
    • solution ®Analyze both students andteachers learning preferencesvis-à-vis: Myers-Briggs Personality Types Multiple Intelligence Preferences Predominant Learning StylesThen, make research-basedrecommendations to both(1) place students in classes and(2) engage learners individually, in breakouts, and as aclass
    • =classroom GPS ®Kidzmet revolutionizes classroom learning by enablingALL teachers (not just superstars) to
    • =classroom GPS ®Kidzmet revolutionizes classroom learning by enablingALL teachers (not just superstars) to1) custom-tailor engaging lesson plans;
    • =classroom GPS ®Kidzmet revolutionizes classroom learning by enablingALL teachers (not just superstars) to1) custom -tailor engaging lesson plans;2) automatically generate the optimal student breakout groups; and
    • =classroom GPS ®Kidzmet revolutionizes classroom learning by enablingALL teachers (not just superstars) to1) custom -tailor engaging lesson plans;2) automatically generate the optimal student breakout groups; and3) transform the quality of their teacher-student relationships.
    • ®Understand student strengths & learningpreferences, then tailor lessons accordinglyHow to help kids with homework and nurtureburgeoning talentsPlace students with the best possible instructors most relevant enrichment curricula
    • Prepared 1/16/12 for a select group of investors :: please do not distribute ® HOW ARE YOUR STUDENTS MEANT TO LEARN? facebook.com/kidzmet youtube.com/kidzmetjen twitter.com/kidzmet Jen Lilienstein, Founder t: 805-252-3649 | e: jen.lili@kidzmet.com
    • COUNTDOWN TO KIDZMET5 Create your Kidzmet account and complete your profile4 Add your students to Kidzmet (You can upload a CSV file or copy/paste from an Excel spreadsheet)3 Schedule time in the computer lab for your class (We recommend 45 minutes, so that you have time to have your students enter the web address, login, and complete their profiles.)2 Complete your own Pairing Portrait about 10-15 minutes1 Students take Pairing Portrait during computer lab (We recommend you have something planned for the kids who complete it quickly to do while they wait for their peers to complete their profiles. If one or two students are taking a much longer time than the others, they can select the “save and complete later” button, then complete it either at home or during class time.)You can begin leveraging Kidzmet immediately following Computer Lab! Get detailed optimal teaching approaches, tactics & entry points for every student in your class based on VAK learning style, personality type, & Multiple Intelligence preferences. Use your class roll up to more effectively tweak, tailor, or custom-design lesson plans that key into the learning preferences of your current class mix. Review email PD series for tips to help leverage insights as you differentiate curriculum & manage breakout groups. Share Student Snapshots with parents of struggling students to better assist with homework. Grant substitutes temporary access to their account so that learning can continue even when you’re not there. Instantly segment compatible breakout groups based on subject, lesson type & group size on your smartphone or tablet. COMING SOON Recommend video lessons or assignment to struggling students created by teachers that think and learn in similar ways. Score lesson plans on partner sites for your current class mix so that other member teachers with similar classes can learn from your experience. @kidzmet ® slideshare.net/kidzmet facebook.com/kidzmet HOW ARE YOUR STUDENTS MEANT TO LEARN?