E-Learning Pedagogy: Addressing Struggling Learners in Regular K-12 Classrooms as an Intransigent Design Problem

  • Susan Imholz New York University
  • Ricki Goldman New York University
Keywords: struggling learner, online education, curriculum, online content, k-12

Abstract

As online education providers gain a foothold in the US public education system nationwide as supplemental and primary providers of curriculum materials, they are replicating some of the same pedagogical mistakes that brick-and-mortar schools have created in the curriculum development process—by not accommodating the struggling learner. Our paper and discussion concerns K-12 online content providers and their curriculum development processes.

Published
2013-06-02
How to Cite
ImholzS., & GoldmanR. (2013). E-Learning Pedagogy: Addressing Struggling Learners in Regular K-12 Classrooms as an Intransigent Design Problem. LEARNing Landscapes, 6(2), 207-222. https://doi.org/10.36510/learnland.v6i2.613