Using technology in the classroom is now the standard, but teachers and schools must decide which tools to use and how to implement them. Distinctive Schools‘ CICS West Belden is among the schools interviewed about technology in the classroom for a recent EdSurge article. In conjunction with LEAP Innovation, West Belden has been narrowing down tools for learning to find those that are most beneficial for instruction. Teachers are after tech that helps analyze data “at the speed of teaching” by immediately crunching data.
“Digital tools like the ones West Belden has put into place give students the ability to work at their own pace and progress as they learn key concepts, without teachers losing the ability to track their performance.”
Relationships between developers like those at LEAP Innovation, and teachers like those at CICS West Belden are being formed to select and craft software that works for teachers are students with a teacher’s first hand input driving decisions and development.
Keep up the good work West Belden!!!