The St. Rita’s Catholic School is assigning some assignments to students in digital format.
Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) – A Dallas school is implementing a new format for giving out assignments to students. As reported by CBS 11 News, the St. Rita’s Catholic School is offering some class assignments in digital format in addition to the regular style of lessons. Students in grades ranging from K-8 will reportedly be provided access to digital lessons through a “smart lab” system two times each week, which is expected to provide teachers with instant access to problem areas for students.
Primary school coordinator Kerry Franklin is quoted by CBS 11 as stating of the learning program, “It helps the teachers with their classroom management but at the same time it helps the students become active learners.”
Teachers and students alike are said to be finding benefit in use of the digital system. Mary Meinardus, technology director, is further quoted in the report as stating of the customization options for teachers, “…if there’s any kind of re-teaching that needs to be done we don’t have to wait for the tests to be graded. We know immediately.”
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