1:1 initiative includes shift to student-driven teaching

05/23/2011 | Palladium-Item (Richmond, Ind.)

A Catholic schools system in Indiana is adopting one-to-one computing programs for junior and senior high-school students this fall, providing each student with a netbook to use in class and at home. The students will access course materials online, and teachers will shift their focus away from a traditional lecture-style approach to student-driven instruction.

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Palladium-Item (Richmond, Ind.)

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