Monday, November 17, 2014

One Child at a Time

“It’s no longer just your reading, writing, arithmetic; there’s this whole social piece. How do you get involved with students in their lives [to] make sure that they have the kind of supports they need to be successful young people? I don’t know if the larger public really understands how big of a job public education really is, because it more than just academics.”
-- Nick Dressel Principal, Chadron Middle School
"One Child at a Time" the 30-minute documentary film on individualized learning explores how schools identify unique learning needs and support each student to enhance their success. From gifted learning to special education, alternative learning to ELL, individualized teaching practices impact all students throughout their school experience – no matter where they fall on the spectrum of ability.
-- Watch entire documentary here (by NelovesPS)

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