Our students and staff use state of the art technology to implement lesson plans in the classroom while creating interactive and stimulating activities throughout the day. Technology promotes social skills like communication, positive interactions, helping friends and developing new friendships. Technology also promotes cognitive skills and a motivation for learning, time-on task ability, and hands-on experience with abstract concepts, as well as 21st
B.E.E. considers the iPad device as an effective, developmentally appropriate learning tool for the 21st century. The touch screen allows learners developing motor skills to practice those skills and our Directors have selected apps that provide multiple opportunities for early literacy learning that are always interactive.
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