What can learning with technology look like in our schools? Below are a few snapshots from an elementary, middle school, and high school classroom.
In this second grade classroom, students rotate through a math station during small group instruction time. They identify three-digit numbers, use digital manipulatives to model the numbers, and write the numbers in expanded form. When completed they will share and explain their learning with their teacher and parents using the SeeSaw App.
The middle school students above are using the collaboration station in the school’s library during Science class to learn about changes in organisms. Students utilize both print and digital learning resources while sharing and collaborating on the large screen.
These high school students are working on a student-created Breakout EDU, an immersive learning activity where students use teamwork and critical thinking to solve a series of challenging problems. Interactive Keynote presentations and informational project boards are some of the learning resources utilized by these students learning about the effects of the Cold War on different nations.