St. Martin’s School offers students endless learning opportunities through the use of innovative, state-of-the-art technology. Students use computers to learn basic keyboarding skills, Internet safety/digital citizenship, create Microsoft Word and Power Point documents, conduct Internet research, work on collaborative group projects using Google Docs, write journals, participate in virtual field trips and much more. Middle school students use their Chrome Books to write, collaborate and access the Internet in all subjects. Technology integration is achieved through project-based learning. Students have the opportunity to study advanced topics in mathematics and language arts.
Instruction is enhanced with interactive technology, video streaming, and through project-based learning, including 3D printing. 3D printing is considered a “game-changer” for schools, as they provide children with unparalleled access to innovative technology used by engineers, astronauts on the International Space Station, and medical professionals and scientists.
St. Martin’s School students will have access to this same technology and a curriculum that allows our students to become more ready every day for future discoveries and advances we have yet envisioned.