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Report: Perceptions of Learner Behaviors and Actions During Personalized, Remote Learning: An Analysis of the Instructional Look Fors in LUSD

This research report examines the experiences of learners in a remote environment, investigating data collected on personalized learning following the shift to remote-only learning as a result of COVID-19 school closures. Researchers ascertained which learner and learning facilitator actions occurred most frequently in the context of personalized, remote learning and how these actions appeared across content levels. The report also provides implications and suggestions for district leadership to best prepare for future remote learning scenarios, with a focus on learner support and relationships, technology support, home learning environment support, and sustaining momentum for learning over time. Download the executive summary or read the full report online; an accessible version of this report is also available for download.

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