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An Truly Innovative Way to Teach Tech

Beaver, which has embraced technology and has more resources than most public schools could ever dream of, classrooms rely almost entirely on free and open-source software and cheap programmable hardware units that can be bought for as little as $35.

As a result, Beaver educators say it’s their school’s culture, not its resources, that allow them to push the boundaries of educational technology use.

“If kids have access to a device and the Internet, none of what we’re doing at Beaver requires any cash,” said Melissa Alkire, a history teacher and technology integration specialist at the school. “This doesn’t have to be tied to an elite education.” Read the whole article here: article

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