Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Digital Learning in the DAEP Classroom



Secondary students who participate in the Birdville Independent School District Alternative Education Program use the CompassLearning interactive program and Chromebooks to work in rigorous, online learning paths that are aligned to the district scope and sequence for each of their core subjects.   Along with their digital learning lessons, students also practice skills such as listening to others, communicating, emerging as a leader, and having the opportunity to be with people different than themselves.   This blend of online and face to face experience enables the students to continue their learning while they are away from their home campus. 

Pictured working with students are teachers Susan Bloom and Stacey Edwards.  The dedicated DAEP team of teachers also includes Kerri Horsley, Sherry Kinnaird, Rome Milan, John Payne, and Rahim Quazi.  

4 comments:

  1. Compass Learning is an amazing resource that opens learning environments to kids at all levels and in differing situations.

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  2. These teachers really are wonderful to watch in action. The kids keep up with their objectives through Compass, and they also work on other skills with the teachers.

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  3. These teachers really are wonderful to watch in action. The kids keep up with their objectives through Compass, and they also work on other skills with the teachers.

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