Personalized Learning in Music

On the Road to Personalized Learning with Megan Endicott

What is personalized learning?

"The term personalized learning, or personalization, refers to a diverse variety of educational programs, learning experiences, instructional approaches, and academic-support strategies that are intended to address the distinct learningneeds, interests, aspirations, or cultural backgrounds of individual students."

Hidden curriculum (2014, August 26). In S. Abbott (Ed.), The glossary of education reform. Retrieved from

Personalized Learning Articles

So.... How does this look in music?

Click here for a link to my slideshow presentation, Personalized Learning PowerPoint, to find out how I personalize learning in the music room. Since this is always an evolving process, I am consistently updating and making changes to my work; therefore, the Google Slideshow will consistently be evaluated and updated. Feel free to share your thoughts and ideas! I am always open to learn more. While the presentation does not include all of my speaker notes, please reach out! I'd love to talk to you or come to you and present for your district or your professional development.

Check out video features below to take a peek in my classroom or school!

Spotlight on Music with Megan

Spotlight on Dolvin ES - Personalized Learning

Fulton County Focus on Voice & Choice at Dolvin

DES Vanchise / Dolvin Vanguard Franchise Spotlight

Personalized Learning Collaborative Padlet Wall

Check out thought and ideas on personalized learning for each principle in the music classroom.

Coming Soon!

A special look at Personalized Learning in middle and high school music programs!!!! Check this section for more details as they become available!


Megan Endicott is the general music teacher at Dolvin Elementary School. She serves as a Fulton County Fine Arts Support Teacher where she coaches and provides support for elementary music teachers across the district. In addition, Mrs. Endicott is a lead coach for the district Vanguard team and works with educators across multiple grade levels and disciplines to support a personalized learning environment in their classrooms, build capacity, and seamlessly integrate technology. She holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from the University of Georgia and a master’s degree in educational technology from Central Michigan University. She is currently working on her specialist degree in instructional technology with a leadership certification from Kennesaw State University. Mrs. Endicott was recognized and awarded the Atlanta Families’ Award of Excellence in Education and Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Endicott has presented at various conferences on topics such as PBL, Personalized Learning, Rigor & Blooms Taxonomy in music, Voice and Choice, and App Smashing to name a few at conferences such as: ISTE, CUE, TI:ME, GMEA, GaETC and local school district professional development sessions. She has co-hosted PlayDateATL and EdCamp Fulton. Mrs. Endicott serves as an ambassador for TouchCast, Seesaw, WonderWorkshop Innovation Squad, Plickers, Quaver's Marvelous World of Music, Edmodo and Symbaloo as well as a Nearpod Certified Trainer and PioNear.