Using a technology-rich environment to promote collaboration and independent learning, we’ve seen student engagement—and achievement—rise
[caption id="attachment_129638" align="alignleft" width="150"] Using ‘technology-enabled active learning,’ Bishop Moore Catholic High School has seen student engagement—and achievement—rise.[/caption]
If Norman Rockwell were to a paint a 21st-century classroom, would his painting look anything like his 1956 piece “Teacher’s Birthday,” with the students sitting in tidy rows patiently waiting for their teacher to impart wisdom from the front of the room?
At Bishop Moore Catholic High School in Orlando, Fla., students are...