Hawaiian Middle School Leverages Streaming Media for Personalized Instruction and Highly Productive, Self-Directed Learning: Case Study
When students are free to explore any topic they choose, they become invested in their learning. This type of self-directed learning is a powerful motivator and a natural pathway to deep understanding and critical thinking. And, according to The Hechinger Report, students trained as self-directed learners are better equipped to handle remote learning.
Resources for self-guided learning and personalized instruction for the “YouTube generation” are in high demand. Made in partnership with School Library Journal, our new case study profiles how the School Librarian at Central Middle School (now known as Princess Ruth Ke‘elikolani Middle School), in Honolulu, Hawaii, successfully utilizes the Learn360 streaming media platform to empower teachers with highly engaging, cross-curricular video and multimedia content for all learning levels.