George Lucas Educational Foundation

Schools That Work| Case Study

Meyer Elementary School

Grades 1-4 | Lexington, MI

Creating Personalized Learning for All Students

Meyer Elementary brings small-group learning and individualized instruction into the classroom to meet students at their learning ability and support their academic success and social-emotional development.
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What This School Is Achieving

Teacher sitting at a table with her students working with a young boy

Meyer Elementary, a public 1-4 school in Lexington, Michigan, supports their students to meet their potential academically and emotionally by fostering a learning environment specific to their needs.

  • 2013 Title I Distinguished School
  • 4th year in top 5% of Top-to-Bottom list for high academic achievement in Michigan
  • 5th year as a Beating the Odds School, outperforming demographically similar schools
Teacher sitting at a table with her students working with a young boy

How They Do It

Tech Literacy: Exploring Tools Through Content

Tech Literacy: Making It Relevant Through Content Learning

Teaching technology at Meyer Elementary School goes beyond showing kids how to use email and apps. It gives students a context for learning technology through subject areas, making all learning more relevant.

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Response to Intervention: Collaborating to Target Instruction

Response to Intervention: Meeting Students at Their Learning Ability

Meyer Elementary School's Response to Intervention practice has contributed to their ranking in the top five percent of all Michigan schools.

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Joe Chierotti's picture
Joe Chierotti
Grad Student at CU + Internet Marketer, SEO and ORM Consultant.

Thus far I've been very happy with the success of the trend to personalize classroom education. Adopting a more personalized approach to education has the potential to revolutionize the way kids learn and the quality of education that each child receives.

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