Individual learning plans...Is it the answer.

More then half of students in urban schools are below the level of proficiency in Math and Sciences. Students are part of a system : school (a Teacher) -student- Home ( parents). In that student centered system non proficient students do not read, do not listen, and do not do the home work. Is it an example of a social desease and is an individual learning plan a remedy in a class of 35 kids ?

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Comment by Nellie Makarova-Cross on April 25, 2010 at 11:28am
I think I found the answer. ILP is the option for classes with good e-learning . Here is something which may be of interest.
Comment by Nellie Makarova-Cross on April 25, 2010 at 11:29am
Comment by Nellie Makarova-Cross on May 13, 2010 at 11:48am
T is a view on Perwsonalized learning on Open Education.
Comment by Nellie Makarova-Cross on May 14, 2010 at 11:42am
There is a statement "The nation’s schools must improve education for all children, but schools cannot do this alone. This confirms my point about a student centered system. It looks that we state the obvoius: It is a two-way street, students study, teachers teach. So, the question is can we arrange
for afterschool reward, or detention for kids to do the homework after school?


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