When it comes to tech, Bobby Brian Lewis of Huntington Middle School in Warner Robbins (GA) is flying high.
Whether you call it digital citizenship, digital wellness, or digital ethics, it all boils down to how we should act when we’re online.
The days when a school’s AV system consisted of a squeaky-wheeled cart bearing an old TV, VCR, and scratchy amp with microphone are long gone.
Forget “four score and seven years ago”; until the past few years the term “STEM” wasn’t even part of our nation’s dialogue.
Most schools wants to do their part to save resources — both for the environment and for shrinking budgets.