As a student-centered district, our priority is to build better graduates. While incorporating devices into our classroom environment does not replace classroom teachers or good instructional practice, it can enhance or even transform student learning experiences.
With individual devices, your students will continue to be provided with opportunities to create, think critically, collaborate, and communicate, but in new and innovative ways. He or she may experience Yellowstone National Park through virtual reality, interview a scientist in Australia to better understand the Great Barrier Reef, co-author a
presentation for a local government official using Google Slides, or create a multimedia portfolio of his or her best work for a future employer or college application review committee..
The possibilities for individualized and meaningful instruction are endless as teachers are able to personalize content based on your child's needs, rather than insisting that all students learn at the same rate and in the same way.