Instructional model uses technology to personalize lessons

07/1/2013 | EdTech magazine online

Technology, when thoughtfully integrated, can do a lot to advance individualized lessons and improve teaching and learning, writes Joel Rose, a former fifth-grade teacher and co-founder of the Teach to One instructional model. Under the model, students receive personalized, digital schedules and access a "skills playlist," where they can check their progress and pick up where they left off. Using this process, Rose writes in this commentary, students' work plans are developed through analysis and students are working at their own skill levels.

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