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Technology in the Classroom

 Students Using Dash Robots

Technology in the classroom is now as common as a pencil was 50 years ago. It is the fabric that weaves academics together at every grade level throughout Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD).
 
The classroom of today involves flexible learning environments, seamless integration of technology, space for collaboration, and an ever-increasing digital connectedness that has never before existed. Teachers are no longer confined to the front of the classroom, presenting lessons in a lecture style. With an iPad in hand, teachers are free to move around the classroom, collaborate with students and provide tailored instruction to individual students or small groups. Students in turn are able to share and collaborate in real-time on documents and lessons from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. Skills such as coding, critical and logical thinking, problem solving, sequencing, and math are being taught at all grade levels using sophisticated technology and curriculum to prepare students for the unforeseen jobs of the future.......more

Fun Facts - Classroom Technology

Newport-Mesa Unified School District works to provide access to technology district-wide:

  • Chromebooks – 15,000+
  • iPads (teachers and students) - 2,500+
  • Robots – 400+
  • 3D Printers – 15

Down the Road

Board Meetings -

  • December 11, 2017 6 pm

Winter Recess –

  • December 23, 2017 – January 7, 2018

Save the Date -

  • Special Olympics Soccer - May 18, 2018
  • Special Olympics - May 25, 2018