Students at Miami Trace High School in Ohio are thriving in a class environment that puts their own learning styles and pace first. Under this model, students can catch up, keep up, and feel confident as they enter end-of-course testing. The students in Christie Wilt’s classroom can grab a laptop or tablet, cozy up in a lounge chair, and work at their own pace through digital curriculum that is designed as much to adapt to their unique learning styles as it is to meet state standards. While extra support is offered from teachers and aides, students aren’t tied to a single mode of instruction and a single pace, as is the case in a traditional classroom.
Hear from Christie Wilt in a webinar about designing a learning environment where students feel motivated and can gain the knowledge and skills they need to thrive.
You will learn about:
- Building students' confidence by helping them reach mastery, no matter where they start.
- Training staff to set the tone for a positive learning environment.
- How instructional design can help students understand what’s expected of them.