We frequently hear educators speak about the benefits of individualizing instruction and creating student-centered educational models. Whether the focus is on personalized, hybrid, blended, or virtual learning, the goal is to establish sustainable and equitable educational models that enable teachers to reach every student. But what do students have to say?
Catherine Dunleavy, a junior in high school, has written about her experience in the article, Mat-Su Central offers self-directed opportunities for the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman. Dunleavy explains that having the opportunity to learn at her own pace helped her to find her own voice while gaining the confidence and academic foundation needed for success after high school. You can read her entire story here.
See what students have to say!