Distributed Learning Programs
Distributed learning is when a student learns mostly at a distance from their teacher – via the Internet or a blend of some classroom instruction. It's an approach that offers flexibility and opportunity for students to learn outside of the traditional classroom setting or schedule.
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Distributed Learning Satisfaction Survey
Students taking a distributed learning course, along with their parents, are invited to participate in an anonymous satisfaction survey. It’s similar to the annual public schools satisfaction survey.
The main purpose of the survey is to help schools continuously improve. The focus is placed on each student’s distributed learning experience rather than the quality of a specific course.