Educational Technology

September 22, 2011

Students at Colorado Springs school will need cyber dog to eat homework

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:36 am


Students at Jack Swigert Aerospace Academy could soon be using portable computers for most of their schoolwork as the middle school shifts toward a paperless environment. If a fee structure is approved by the Colorado Springs School District 11 board on Wednesday, every student will be assigned a portable computers for use at school, with the option of taking the tech tools outside of school for homework. “Kids are coming to us more tech-savvy,” said Principal Larry Bartel, adding that the computers will make school easier for teachers and students because students will be more engaged. “It’s a different mindset,” he said. Students will have e-mail accounts and virtual storage spaces for assignments. Teachers will have virtual drop boxes to accept assignments.

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