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How Technology Bridges the Gap in Teaching the Whole Child

Updated: Jun 13, 2023

In the modern world, successful educators must strive to integrate academic subjects, individual health, and technology to connect children to the larger world. Using technology to take a child’s mental, social, emotional, and academic needs into account while teaching is known as the “whole child” initiative.


Differential learning or personalized education is crucial to supporting the whole child. Each student learns differently and at a different pace. As individuals, they have special talents, unique interests, and different goals and dreams which direct their academic journey. The whole child initiative recognizes these differences as strengths to be using in improving education.

Adapting to a child’s learning style is still only part of the whole child picture. As previously stated, the child’s health and well-being are crucial indicators of how the student will perform in school. Having a system that keeps each child’s health and performance data accessible to administrators and teachers means that when a student is struggling, the right people have access to the information to discover why, and then address the problem using the right resources.


An education suite of solutions like BlenderLearn deals with the needs of both students and teachers and can successfully implement a personalized and holistic educational system.




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