Can Technology Help Students Find the “Sweet Spot” for Learning?

See on Scoop.itK-12 School Libraries

“The technological solutions are more difficult to implement than would appear at first blush. The software has got to be really good in order to reap this advantage that it can adjust to a student’s…

Susan Grigsby‘s insight:

THIS is what technology in the classroom should be doing: individualizing education so that ALL students feel successful and ALL instruction meets them where they are and guides them into "leveling up." Why are we still so stuck on the K-12 paradigm? If a 5-year-old is ready for fractions then s/he should be learning fractions. And if an older child needs support then support that child where s/he is instead of putting the "failure" label on him or her. Everyone learns differently and everyone learns at a different pace. Thanks, @mindshiftKQED for writing this article.

See on blogs.kqed.org

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