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How K–12 Schools Should Define and Act on Digital Learning

Source: EdTech

Source: EdTech

Source: Brian Seymour, EdTech Magazine

1) Blended Learning

It’s important for teachers to integrated both traditional types of learning and innovative one-on-one strategies into the classroom. This can be implemented best with stations where students work with technology, in groups or one-to-one sessions to keep them actively engaged.

2) Personalized Learning

Steps like these need to be taken in order to reach the goal of personalized learning. Giving students the option to try out different forms of learning is what blended learning stands for. This leaves rooms to determine how each student will learn best. Teachers can then assess how to best blend learning within their classroom in order to be sure they’re reaching each students needs.

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Alisa Verratti