On a mission to develop more critical thinkers who can collaborate with one another, openly share ideas, and function successfully in tomorrow’s work environment, our district recently kicked off a technology overhaul. We started with our classroom furniture and worked our way right up to Boxlight table displays and projectors that allow students to collaboratively dissect roller coasters in a small-group setting or work together in a whole-class setting to go through tough math problems.

We started from the ground up to create environments where students feel welcomed, comfortable, and engaged. We want them to walk in and immediately feel like...

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  • About the Author:

    Gregory Haulk is superintendent of schools at Huntington Beach (CA) City School District.