Technology in the Lower School is integrated and infused throughout the curriculum. 
Our educational technology & curriculum innovation coordinator collaborates with teachers
to weave technology into content classes and enhance instruction.
An extensive educational technology scope and sequence, adapted from ISTE standards, is used to ensure students are equipped with the skills necessary to function in the 21st century. Students are taught skills and concepts across platforms on a variety of devices in the following areas: personal digital management and productivity, utilization of assistive technology tools, basic computer operations, digital citizenship, digital communication and collaboration, creative digital innovation, and research and information fluency. Students receive direct keyboarding instruction and dedicated time for reinforcement throughout their school day. An Innovation Station is available for students to visit to interact with robotics, coding, and other related STEM concepts.
All lower school classrooms are equipped with surround sound and interactive whiteboards. This allows students to have digital media available in a multisensory way, thus making instruction more robust and meaningful.
All lower school students participate in a 1:1 Chromebook program. A fleet of iPads is available for classroom use. Students utilize the technology in an integrated fashion within all content area classes.  All lower school students are instructed in digital citizenship skills using Common Sense Media. Technology use is supervised, and students are guided through the proper uses.
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