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Updated: Aug 1, 2023

Technology integration is part of what we strive to implement in order to prepare students for a life in a technology-driven society. A variety of technology devices are utilized, such as iPads, tablets, Kindles, SmartBoards, desktop computers, laptop computers, mobile and stationary tech labs, as well as interactive platforms for individual, small, and whole group instruction.

UCP Charter Schools intentionally use a variety of technological tools to better prepare our students for the future. In a world where the impact of technology is ever growing, we prepare our students for authentic access to different technology platforms and implementation methods. For example, we have implemented a 1:1 individualized iPad program in our elementary schools.

Technology integration is more than tech support and is an integral part of education for high-quality teaching and learning! It has the potential to help our students access curriculum, learn new information, and fully participate in learning, which makes it a crucial component of our curriculum. Our t

eachers and integration specialists work together to find creative and effective uses of productivity tools that can be interwoven throughout the many different content areas that we teach. Integrating different tech tools unlocks traits in our students like becoming information seekers, analyzers, problem solvers, and decision makers.

*Work Cited: (Alper & Raharinirina, 2006; Jackson, 2009; Puckett, 2004)

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