At Broome High School in Spartanburg County in SC, students are benefiting from technology in the classroom.
(SPARTANBURG, SC) SEPTEMBER 22, 2014— The In View series is pleased to announce the debut of a new report on how new technology is revolutionizing education both inside and outside the classroom.
The In View series with Larry King producer team is introducing viewers to the educators and students in Spartanburg (SC) School District 3. At Broome High School, technology is allowing students to work collaboratively both in the classroom and at home. This helps students learn in new ways and at their own pace while also teaching them the communication skills they will need to compete globally in the years ahead.
This “T3” initiative, meaning technology, transforming, and teaching, is helping teachers individualize their lessons for students. It is helping students and educators escape the “one size fits all” educational model that hindered both in the past. This new initiative dovetails with the concepts of collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking that have become the watchwords of modern education.
In View works to bring the very best in education ideas from around the country. In upcoming reports, audiences will learn more about how teachers are preparing students for the 21st century. For more information on the show, visit inviewseries.com and check local listings for airtimes on cable networks like Fox Business and Discovery.
To learn more about how Spartanburg School District Three is playing an important part in a revolution in education, visit their website at spartanburg3.org.