By: Christine Byrd
Volunteering in his class, I was blown away by the range of skills these five-year-olds brought. Some were reading books and writing in complete sentences before the first day, while others were still learning the alphabet.
How could any teacher manage such disparity in her daily lessons, much less challenge the advanced kids while nurturing those who needed some extra help? Obviously this is where “self-paced” and “individualized” learning get their appeal.In the classroom, I got my first real-world experience with the difference between self-paced learning in a blended learning form compared with its pre-digital form – workbooks and worksheets. And what a world of difference they are.” To read further please click here: http://gettingsmart.com/2015/03/8-ways-blended-makes-learning-fun-starting-in-kindergarten/