While online curricula platforms have propelled personalized learning to new levels, Coppell ISD in north Texas takes the concepts a step further.
The ever-increasing pace and variety of technological developments continues to be a challenge for K12 assistive technology products.
Two decades ago, most student response systems were simple clickers that could only record and display answers to multiple-choice or yes-no questions. But now, many systems let students enter free-form responses to questions. Teachers can see those responses as they are entered, and can provide immediate feedback.
As teaching has evolved with the increase of educational technology, so has the classroom space itself. Many schools are creating more comfortable, coffee shop-like collaborative environments with a new breed of desks, chairs and work tables.