In the Park Hill School District, we are creating more student-centered classrooms, where teachers act as facilitators and students take ownership of their learning. Technology is a tool that helps us accomplish these goals.
The Future Learner Project, or FLiP, is starting with small pilots in fifth-grade classrooms this year.
In this digital age, research shows that jobs demand 21st-century skills like communication, collaboration, creativity and information-gathering. By teaching these skills, we increase engagement, learning and relevance.