Digital learning is one of those trendy education buzz phrases that means a lot of different things to different people, says the Hechinger Report. To some, it refers to instructional software, such as animated lectures and computerized worksheets. To others, it's about personalized instruction, where computer algorithms determine what a student should learn next. Still others think of how students can use high-tech gadgets to make their own video, music and publishing projects. And then there's social media -- how students and teachers use social networks, Twitter, blogs and wikis to communicate with each other, parents and the outside world....
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