Learning individually facilitates students learning independently. With an emphasis on learning on their own initiative using Web 2.0 technologies, and collaborating with pupils from other countries as well as their own classmates, Learning individually allows students to develop competences outside of the traditional classroom context.
"The students have learned to become independent in a research situation… They have learned to accept comments and criticism so as to improve their work. They have taken ownership of their learning”
Gaelle Quenderf Ecole de Champtocé sur Loire France
“[The activity] makes the most of the work of students who have trouble with written work but who have valuable verbal contributions to make.”
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