Technology is changing the way educators teach, students learn and how the two group interact with each other.
All this week, we’ll look at some of the ways Vandalia-Butler City Schools teachers are incorporating technology into their classrooms. From math games, to independent learning, computers and other devices are showing students new ways to learn.
In Kaleigh Baker’s Spanish class at Butler High School, active lessons help keep her students engaged. Recently, students had the chance to take a scavenger hunt of sorts around the classroom with their phones. Students looked for QR (Quick Response) codes. Once they found them, they scanned them and then were given a question to answer, using vocabulary they were studying.