Online Learning Update

December 10, 2011

Online Learning, Personalized

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:10 am


Jesse Roe, a ninth-grade math teacher at a charter school here called Summit, has a peephole into the brains of each of his 38 students. Jesse Roe, a teacher in the Summit school in San Jose, can use the teaching software to monitor the math progress of students like Cheyenne Grant, 14, right. Top, a lesson on the parts of a cell from a Khan Academy video on YouTube. He can see that a girl sitting against the wall is zipping through geometry exercises; that a boy with long curls over his eyes is stuck on a lesson on long equations; and that another boy in the front row is getting a handle on probability. Each student’s math journey shows up instantly on the laptop Mr. Roe carries as he wanders the room. He stops at each desk, cajoles, offers tips, reassures.

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