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While it may seem that students are the ones benefitting the most from 1:1, this approach to individualized learning helps teachers as well.
Teachers who resist the 1:1 learning model most often point to losing control over the classroom as the reason they are reluctant to support the concept. In actuality, the reverse is true. 1:1 learning actually gives teachers more control over their classes. For instance, technology enables teachers to control each student's laptop, assuring that everyone sees the same information and images at the same time. In addition, technology also allows instructors to "black" each student's laptop at one time, re-focusing student attention up front to the teacher.

When a student produces work that can be useful to the entire class, the instructor can electronically send that work to each laptop at the same time, focusing the class on the excellent result and how it was achieved.

Advanced polling capabilities engage students in educational content, allowing them to express their opinions individually and see what their classmates think as well. Finally, teachers can easily tell where each student is in terms of moving through the content via pacing. This "early warning" system shows teachers which students are moving through the content effortlessly and need to be challenged more, while isolating students who need personalized attention to master troublesome concepts.


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