‘eLearning Olympics’ Encourages Using Interactive Online Programs

[ 0 ] April 4, 2013 |
We love local programs that integrate online learning apps in new and interesting ways!

A community organization is trying to increase interest in a Jefferson County Public Schools initiative to help students struggling in class. The program developed by Louisville Central Community Centers is being called eLearn Olympics.

Those two online programs presented help students develop certain skills like math and reading through interactive platforms. eLearning Olympics will use those programs, but then offer recognition—including medals—for participation and completing certain tasks.

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