States administer Smarter Balanced Computer Adaptive Summative Assessment .
Districts take note that they will have to upgrade infrastructure to be prepared for computer adaptive testing and start to look for solutions.
Wifi is pushed from the schools out to the home making free public internet access available to students and other community members 24-7.
The traditional classroom and school day as we know it no longer exists. Students are able to engage in learning units from home or school throughout the day or night.
IT and Instruction departments work together to build systems that will support not only the SBAC assessment but ongoing use of technology in every classroom every day.
Teachers see themselves as responsible for all students and regroup according to strengths and needs.
Professional development on Common Core standards compels teacher to develop their technology skills.
Teachers embrace the necessity for digital professional development.
Classroom work focuses on critical thinking, collaboration, creativity and communication.
All teachers integrate technology in their practice and in their students practice.
Each student has access to his or her own device.
Learning is customized according to each student.
Students are not only allowed but encouraged to bring and use their own device at school.
Teachers become educational coaches.