This generation of students has more resources available at their fingertips than any other generation before them! As a society, we are all reveling in the freedom of choice. We have the choice to get just about anything tailored to our exact needs and wants. It has happened in everything from Have it Your Way fast food campaigns to customized cell phone plans. It only makes sense for students to be given choices in how they learn by individualizing and personalizing their education. For years, educators have kwn that all students learn by different means, but finally we are beginning to individualize learning for our students. Join us as we show you how students can reach higher achievement when getting to choose what activities they prefer to reinforce the content being learned, all the while utilizing current techlogical applications and lessons that are tailored to their personal learning styles. Kelli Allen teaches at the University of Texas at Austin, where she also works with induction and apprentice teachers. Kelli is an award-winning National Board Certified Teacher with fifteen years of classroom teaching experience, and a co-developer of the Yes I Can Individualized Learning System, which involves implementing individualized curriculum with a focus on techlogy-enhanced, differentiated instruction to support individual learning styles. Jeanna M. Scheve earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from Emporia State University and has taught for ten years, the last seven at Anderson County Jr./Sr. High School in Garnett, Kansas. Jeanna teaches science and techlogy classes, serves as the high school science department chair, and coordinates her district's incoming teacher mentoring program. With her colleague, Kelli Allen, she shares successful methods for differentiating and individualizing instruction with educators across the Midwest.