As part of the celebration, St. Louis School in Clarksville rolled out 110 new iPads purchased through a grant from the Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation. The iPads will be used in the classrooms to continue to seamlessly integrate technology into daily instruction and move the classroom from teacher-centered to learner-centered.
St. Louis School First Grade students used the devices in their Language Arts class and were introduced to long vowel sounds and letter combinations. The Seventh Grade students utilized the devices in Science class with their personal Discovery Education accounts to access their own TechBooks and interactive labs. The students helped each other navigate through a genetics assignment and learned more about Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection.
St. Louis is a Catholic Pre-K – 8 Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, committed to providing its students with the tools necessary to succeed as digital learners in the 21st Century.
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