Proven High-Dosage Tutoring Model Gets Students Back on Track
Academic disruptions have limited in-class instruction in recent years, leaving teachers to supplement literacy instruction to move students to grade-level proficiency. High-dosage tutoring is a proven, evidence-based approach that helps schools build capacity to make up for lost instruction time and get their students back on track. And repeatable practices can ensure success.
The adaptive blended learning model is an effective way to integrate technology into instruction to accelerate learning without adding more work for teachers. Research indicates interventions that combine face-to-face and online instruction have more positive effects than either online or face-to-face alone. Using adaptive blended learning as the framework for high-dosage tutoring helps teachers differentiate literacy instruction for each student to meet their individual needs and strengths for improved outcomes.
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