Ohio STEM school adopts self-directed learning approach

07/16/2014 | Sun News (Cleveland)

An Ohio elementary school will use a state grant to fund its digital literacy project -- DigiLit -- in expectation that it will engage students and boost achievement at the school, which is focused on science, technology, engineering and math. The transformation will include greater access to technology, as well as a shift to more self-directed learning.

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