This is a universally asked question, and one that is not easily solved. My school is beginning to explore a 1:1 device pilot project as a possible solution. However, this is obviously not feasible in all districts. From research I've done with other teachers it has been suggested that the lessons be burned to a DVD or attached to a flashdrive so that students may view them at home without worrying about an internet connection. Since I teach two resource rooms throughout the day, I encourage students to view their corresponding lessons at that time so that we can go over them together. I suggest that if you have time during the day such as during a study hall or ais time, you could give students access to view lessons then. We have so many kids who ask to go to the computer lab at my school on a hall pass, this could be a perfect solution. Hope this helps!
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