It can aid students in creating individual learning plans based on their strengths and interests.
What does ILP stand for?
ILP stands for Individual Learning Plan
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We have 144 other meanings of ILP in our Acronym Attic
- I Like Pie
- I Love Photography (online forum)
- Improvement Location Permit (zoning)
- Incident Learning and Prevention
- Indefinite Listing Privilege (American Kennel Club)
- Independent Labour Party
- Independent Living Program
- Indian Legal Program (est. 1988; Arizona State University)
- Indigenous Literacy Project (Australia)
- Individual Learning Programme
- Individual Lending Program
- Individualized Learning Program
- Inductive Logic Programming
- Industrial Liaison Program
- Information and Language Processing (UK)
- Information Leakage Prevention (IT security)
- Information Led Policing
- Information Lifecycle Protection (data management)
- Information Literacy Program (various locations)
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National Partnership funding can be used by schools in a number of ways, including: individual learning plans for students who need help with reading, writing or maths dedicated literacy and numeracy coaches homework centres for students who need extra support or attention, or whose home environment makes completing their school work difficult.
All children are unique, so each child will have an individual learning plan based on their interests and talents.
Someone's interests, needs and goals are taken into account in the creation of specially tailored, individual learning plans.
PLPs, somewhat similar to detailed behavioral contracts, allow students to design their own individual learning plans and become actively engaged in their own individual style of learning.
Students will be able to log in to a personal portal to see up-to-the-minute data on their progress, and teachers can log in to a 'Learning Marketplace'--a repository of lessons and activities--to select content to place in each student's individual learning plan," says Evans.
Imagine that the data being collected on learners--not just objective test data but online discussions, assignments, and data from electronic portfolios--could be analyzed and visualized so that one could tailor and develop individual learning plans based upon a student's knowledge, skills, abilities, and needs.
Student advisories will be offered four times a week and each middle school student will have an individual learning plan.