New research documents why digital and mobile tools will continue to play a role in the classroom and be instrumental in student-directed learning

How the pandemic is driving a shift in student-directed learning


New research documents why digital and mobile tools will continue to play a role in the classroom and be instrumental in student-directed learning

While the COVID-19 pandemic has been, to say the least, a struggle for students and educators, it also has revealed a move toward increased student-directed learning, according to the final installment in a series of reports from Project Tomorrow and Blackboard investigating the impact and expectations for digital learning from the point of view of K-12 students, parents, and educators.

The final report, “Sponsoring Student Ownership of
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