Personalizing Learning

Connecting Personalized Learning
Thompson Intermediate students, Meghan Godeke and David Gomez, work together in the Connect program.Melissa Trevizo
Pasadena ISD Communications

Three Pasadena ISD schools are participating in a national, landmark personalized learning program in partnership with Summit Public Schools.

Summit Public School’s model, a personalized learning plan called Connect, allows students to become self-directed learners and to receive consistent, relevant and personalized support including weekly one-on-one mentor time with instructors.

Three Pasadena ISD schools, Carter Lomax Middle, Thompson Intermediate and Dobie High, were chosen to join 19 total schools across the nation to participate.

Students in the program carry out their entire school day within the structure of the Connect Program. Students work at their own pace, mastering concepts in a way that works best for their own learning style, while teachers receive real time information on the students’ progress.