It’s the teaching, not the technology | Joanne

Gilroy Prep students use hand signals in a math discussion.

Teaching — not technology — drives success at blended-learning schools, writes Thomas Arnett, research fellow of education at the Clayton Christensen Institute, in Education Next.

He visited five blended-learning schools in Las Vegas and the San Jose area where low-income and minority students are doing well: Dr. Owen C. Roundy Elementary, Vegas Verdes Elementary, and Elaine Wynn Elementary, which are franchise schools in Las Vegas’s Clark County School District, and Hollister Prep and Gilroy Prep, two charter elementary schools…

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