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By implementing computer-blended learning, students at Farrington High School experienced incredible growth in their math skills. Each student utilizes access to a tablet and personalized computer programs to learn at their own pace. Teacher Sean Witwer now takes a facilitator’s role in the class to encourage students to have more freedom of learning. Video story courtesy of Hawaii News Now.
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