Technology is a frequent topic in many settings.
Families discuss their children’s use of technology for learning and pleasure and the overall appropriate amount of screen time. Corporations focus on technology to ensure their employees are productive through the efficiencies and advances it provides. Schools, whether elementary, secondary or collegiate, are prescriptive as to what technology is integrated into instruction and the application of skills.
When I think of technology at Rohan Woods, our strategies align with the philosophy of the school.
Faculty use technology to deliver instruction – making it come alive. For example, our social studies program has a digital component with access to video and a virtual tour of the Alamo or an interview with a Civil War historian. This same digital presence can be found within Singapore math and our online reading... [ Continue Reading ]