How can educators promote self-direction, independence during remote learning?
from By Brian Stack (commentary)
Remote learning is not a new concept in education. For many years, it went by the terms "distance" or "correspondence" learning. With the increase of online technology options at the turn of the millennium, the terms "virtual" and "online" learning became more prevalent. Over the years, some students have thrived in these environments while others have not. My own 14-year-old son Brady is a great example. This past summer, he opted to take an online class at VLACS, an online school in New Hampshire.
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