Learn360 allows learning to go on despite H1N1

by Bruce Kasanoff on November 9, 2009

(excerpt) Learn360, an interactive media-on-demand service for the K-12 educational market, is enabling educators to maintain continuous learning in spite of a potential widespread outbreak of H1N1 and other flu viruses. This initiative is helping school districts comply with the U.S. Department of Education’s recent mandate to minimize academic disruptions should their schools be faced with the decision to close. With the help of Learn360, teachers can effortlessly communicate class assignments and activities to students and track their progress remotely. … This flu season, Learn360′s online classrooms are keeping students engaged in learning with teacher-created multimedia lesson plans containing videos, speeches, songs, images, encyclopedia articles and activities. Teachers can create assignments and projects, and prepare and deliver quizzes and tests online, which students can access at home or in the classroom. (read full article on Reuters)

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