After being introduced to the project, her students began the researching and writing stages. When the class was in the library, they read nonfiction books to become familiar with the structured of writing, and why the author chose a particular style. The students began reading as writers.
Students and teachers can reap many benefits from 1:1 learning in their classrooms if the program is implemented thoughtfully. In this webinar, Leslie Wilson and Michael Gielniak of the One-to-One Institute discussed how districts and schools can launch their 1:1 programs in a successful and sustainable way.
The infusion of 1:1 and BYOD in classrooms today provides a learning experience for students far beyond what a teacher can generate within the community of the school. Educators now find themselves with endless options for creating a personalized learning experience for every student in the classroom.