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Implementing Learner-Centered Educational Strategies: The Bloomington Project School
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Educational Technology Volume 54, Number 3, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

The Bloomington Project School (BPS) is a charter school that has successfully adopted and implemented several learner-centered educational strategies. This case study offers a glimpse into its student-centered, collaborative, and interdisciplinary learning and teaching processes; its mastery-based assessment process; and its successful technology adoption and implementation initiative that is user-driven and, therefore, relevant to all stakeholders.

Citation

Dutta, P. (2014). Implementing Learner-Centered Educational Strategies: The Bloomington Project School. Educational Technology, 54(3), 43-47. Retrieved April 3, 2020 from .

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