Personalized Learning, a Student’s Perspective

Are you curious what personalized learning looks like in our schools? Thompson School District’s Seeing is Believing program is designed to provide parents, community members and district staff an inside glimpse into school communities that are focusing on the distinct learning needs, interests, aspirations, and/or cultural backgrounds of individual students through personalized learning.

Recently, students enrolled in Ferguson High School and other programs located in the building hosted a “Seeing is Believing” student-led panel. They spoke about the student experience within these programs, the opportunities that personalized learning can create and the challenges that still need to be faced.

Personalized learning is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Rather, it is a deep and rewarding program that explores how to help a student to identify their individual path to success. Learn how this group of students is creating their own path by watching the full panel here:

Learn more about the programs featured in the panel and Ferguson High School here:

Ferguson High School


Thompson Online



A special thanks to Thompson Valley High School students for the video.

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