Archbishop Carroll’s faculty believe that…
Simply put, computers and other devices are an integral part of learning at Carroll. At the same time, there is little educational research to indicate that lots of time spent on computers actually makes students smarter, and anyone who has watched a young person spend hours on his or her cell phone may intuit what research supports. (For more information on this research, click here).
As educators, our job is to select the best tools to help students acquire the knowledge and skills they need. Sometimes, that will be computer-based technology; often, it will be strategies such as cooperative learning, which a large body of research supports as having a significant impact on student achievement.
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