Distributed Learning for K12 Part 2: Determine what you want to learn

In this brief blog series we'll be discussing the concept of Distributed Learning. What it is, the impact it has on K12 education, best practices for use in your school/district and other useful tips and tricks. Read part 1 here

Distributed learning allows for your students and teachers to learn in so may different ways, locations, times of day etc. Because of this, the amount of data generated increases exponentially, far more than you and your staff have time to analyze. So what can you do?

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Distributed Learning for K12 Part 1: What is distributed learning?

What is distributed learning? What does it mean for K12?

With the rapid development of technology both inside and outside of education it has become easier for students and teachers to learn outside of traditional learning enviornments, such as a physical classroom and learning methods, such as face-to-face with an instructor. 

Because of this shift we have now become more familiar with what is known as Distributed Learning. (We also outlined it ourselves here.)

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Big data will help you personalize learning

Use big data to adapt and personalize learning paths for your learners

We just read a great article by Blake Beus over at EContent that discussed how professional organizations and companies can utilize big data to help personalize learning for their employees. 

What Blake posits for companies and corporations holds true for K-12 education. Big data, (big education data) can be harnassed to personalize learning for all learners, both students and teachers alike.

How so?

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