Monday, February 09, 2009

Technology allows teachers to differentiate classroom lessons

Second-grader Briggs Danner works online solving math problems at Kratzer Elementary School. (CATHERINE MEREDITH, Allentown Morning Call / August 24, 2006)

Some school districts are using an online program called Odyssey, which helps teachers create individual lesson plans for students. One teacher says she takes her students to the computer lab for a pre-test before starting a new lesson, and Odyssey creates a spreadsheet showing the areas where students need the most help. The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)

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