Personalized Learning

Personalized Learning in EP

Welcome to the Department of Personalized Learning. We are dedicated to leading change and equipping and connecting members of our learning community so they can be more effective educators through inspiration, innovation, and reflection. The Personalized Learning Department provides programs and services in the areas of curriculum and instruction, research and assessment, parent involvement, and professional learning and development.

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Equity and Achievement and Integration

Eden Prairie Schools is committed to our mission of “inspiring each student every day” through high expectations, culturally responsive teaching and equity.

We will eliminate the student achievement disparities resulting in higher performance for all learners.

View the Achievement and Integration Plan

View the 2018 Progress Report

View the 2019 Progress Report

World's Best Workforce

The World’s Best Workforce (WBWF) plan and progress report, in accordance with the Minnesota statute, highlights Eden Prairie Schools’ progress towards student achievement goals. WBWF specifically targets eliminating an achievement gap by increasing student proficiency across all racial, service and socio economic groups.  

Eden Prairie Schools continues to evaluate and improve our plan to address the five, state-wide goals as well as integrate this work in our Ends Policy Reporting and Strategic Plan.

World’s Best Workforce Goals:

  • All children are ready for school.
  • All third-graders can read at grade level.
  • All racial and economic achievement gaps between students are closed.
  • All students are ready for career and college.
  • All students graduate from high school.

Kids raising their hands in class

American Indian Parent Advisory Committee(AIPAC)

 

The parent and student advisory for our American Indian plan which is developed to support our American Indian students. The goals of the committee:

  • All American Indian students ready for Kindergarten
  • All American Indian students achieving 3rd grade literacy
  • Closing the achievement gap for American Indian students
  • All American Indian students attaining career and college readiness
  • All American Indian students graduating from high school

2019-2020 Meeting Dates

  • September 24
  • November 12
  • January 28
  • May 11

If you would like more information, or would like to join the committee, please contact Karen Meyer, Director of Assessments and Data Services at 952-975-7067 or karen_meyer@edenpr.org.

Professional Development

We believe professional learning is fundamental to providing high levels of learning for each student. All employees will have learning opportunities and a professional responsibility to actively engage in continuous learning to improve their practice.

Contact Us

Michelle Ament, Senior Director of Personalized Learning
952-975-7796 or Michelle_Ament@edenpr.org 

Nicholas Kremer, Director of Curriculum and Learning
Nicholas_Kremer@edenpr.org

Karen_Meyer, Director of Assessments and Data Services
952-975-7067 or Karen_Meyer@edenpr.org

Ahmed Noor, Somali Communication Specialist/Liaison
952-975-7069 or Ahmed_Noor@edenpr.org

Heriberto Vargas, Spanish Communication Specialist/Liaison
952-975-7068 or Heriberto_Vargas@edenpr.org