Keeping technology current on a limited budget can be a big challenge for school districts. Teachers and students need current technology that integrates into the classroom and enables real-time collaboration and feedback. But for many districts and boards of education, providing students computing devices on a one-to-one basis remains a distant goal.
Groveport Madison School District, located near Columbus, Ohio, has moved a big step closer to achieving its digital learning objectives by deploying more than 2,500 Samsung Chromebooks, as well as Google Apps for Education, to its students. The Chromebooks proved to be affordable, easy to manage and implement, and are having a dramatic impact on student learning. Students can now connect with their teachers and access engaging digital curriculum and resources from the classroom, from the library, from home or from any location where they have access to the Internet.
Watch the video below to see how Chromebooks have redefined instructional practices and student engagement at Groveport Madison School District. For more information on the district’s one-to-one program, read the case study “Digital Learning Engages Students, Empowers Teachers at Groveport Madison.“