School finds online learning benefits from in-person instruction

12/12/2010 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Educators at a Minnesota high school say freshmen taking an online health course have benefited from twice-weekly lessons taught in person. Meeting at the school allows students to ask questions more conversationally and receive assignments in person. Officials say they are considering expanding online course offerings and creating a way for teachers and students to hold virtual meetings.

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