Celebrating 6 Years of the PDI Chart with the PDI Chart, v3 Infographic!
6 years ago this week the Personalization vs. Differentiation vs. Individualization (PDI) Chart was published. Millions of educators from around the world have downloaded the PDI Chart. It has been translated in many languages and it is found in schools, classrooms, academic publications, state DOE sites, educational blogs and articles.
I am excited to create and share this PDI Chart, v3 Infographic designed specifically to mark this anniversary!
Barbara Bray and I created the first PDI chart in January 2012 so that educators and parents could understand these terms from the perspective of the learner. We also wanted to clarify the differences between these terms as there was and still is confusion around them. Please note that there are distinct differences between these three terms: Personalization is learner-centered, Differentiation and Individualization are teacher-centered.
Personalization or Personalized Learning always starts with the learner where he or she has ownership to their learning.
I welcome you to share this PDI Chart, v3 Infographic or the standard PDI Chart, v3 located under the Toolkit tab. Please use it for action research, in your classroom, professional learning, and staff meetings.
Look next for the Stages of Personalized Learning Environments, v5 Infographic coming out soon!
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Today 7/22/2020, I am on a webinar at ISTEsla2020. One of the participants shared the site on the chat. After checking it out, I appreciate the content. Thank you for putting the table of comparison together.