No 1:1 Classroom? No Problem!

Published: Aug. 20, 2019, 7:48 p.m.

In the most simple of terms, one-to-one (1:1) refers to schools providing one mobile-computing device for every student. Devices range from laptops to tablet computers, with the idea that students have their device with them to learn any time, any where.

However, many schools are far from being able to provide one-to-one access for their students. But as USATestprep teachers across the nation in non 1:1 classrooms have proven time and again, 1:1 is never a requirement for learning to take place. Instead, a commitment to learning (versus a "beat the test" mentality) combined with diagnostic and micro-assessments, and data to guide mastery and remediation, can provide true growth.

Below is a quick guide to successfully using USATestprep in non 1:1 classrooms.

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