Can we rely on the internet to teach our children?

by ParentCo. July 06, 2015

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According to Rob Huntington, There are limits to what digital learning technology can do for our kids.
"Students who receive individualized instruction typically perform two standard deviations better than those who don’t. This means they score 98% better than average.
Students who receive individualized instruction typically perform two standard deviations better than those who don’t.
Source: We cannot rely on the internet to teach our children - Quartz


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