Bridge the Equity Gap with Project-Based Technology Courses

January 23, 2019

In today’s world, the technical, creative, and problem-solving skills students develop in school pave the way to more empowered, impactful lives. Having the opportunity to learn coding, animation, or design can be indispensable to students for navigating the present, shaping the future, and opening the door to careers in creative and technology fields. All students deserve the chance to build these skills and move beyond being users of technology to becoming creators themselves.

Join us for a webinar to learn more about how giving students access to high-quality, project-based technology courses can help them build critical thinking and problem-solving skills and close the tech literacy gap. Michelle Rutherford, Director of Implementation Success at Apex Learning, will offer strategies for implementing technology courses at your district, no matter what technical expertise your staff may have.

 

You will learn:

  • Best practices on implementing technology courses in your district
  • The types of projects students complete in technology courses
  • Which industry-standard tools students will gain experience using through technology courses