Educational Technology

September 13, 2010

High school from home

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:36 am

By Bridget Jones, Journal Staff Writer

A new program at Maidu High School in Auburn offers students an option to go to class without coming to school. This year the school, which gives high schoolers a variety of independent study options, is offering completely online courses through the Placer Union High School District’s Online Learning Program. Maidu High School offers several learning options to students. They include 100-percent-virtual learning, which means students have an on-campus adviser, but are taking all of their classes online from home. There is also blended learning, which involves students taking online classes in some subjects and then attending either full or small group classes with an instructor in other subjects.

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