I found a way to link the graphics associated with questions all at once instead of having to do them one at a time. Instead of it taking me 2-4 hours to link the images to a set of 200+ math…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Christian Gehman Apr 26, 2011.
One legitimate concern I have recently heard from parents, is that in families with multiple children and only one or two computers, it is difficult to schedule time on computers for all the kids in…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Brett Wilie Dec 16, 2010.
I'm having doubts.They come into the class never having to be responsible for their own learning at any time previous in their school career.A few get it and thrive but far too many are apathetic,…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jon Freer Dec 8, 2010.
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One of the biggest complaints I hear in implementing mastery learning is "You're not teaching my child anything!" I know I am preaching to the choir here, but as we know, it's not abouty "teaching" it's about "learning." We put a tremendous effort into developing a mastery learning course plan,and we've seen how some thrive in it and some flounder. It really bugs me when a kid is a "student" and not a "learner", and complains to their parents that they are not learning anything.
Posted on January 20, 2011 at 8:30am — 2 Comments