From Chromebooks to robotics, technology forces teachers and students to learn and adapt in the classroom. The digital world is an essential tool in education.
“2032 is the year our kindergarteners will be graduating from high school,” North Newton Elementary’s digital facilitator Jordan Caldwell said. “Right now, we don’t know what jobs are going to look like then, so the best we can do is teach them with technology and how to use it and problem solve with it so they are marketable when they are ready to go into the workforce.”
Having the tech in the classroom isn’t enough.