Brooklyn schools give students access to robust digital content and powerful collaboration tools.
The students are engaged on various levels and being able to post comments to teacher and student questions allows all types of learners to participate, whether verbally or via silent posting discussions. This activates multiple intelligences and is making reading a fun and enjoyable experience for them.
- Jennifer Lew, Fifth-grade Teacher at P.S. 196 Ten Eyck
The pilot program is already showing promising results in its first few months. Diana Reyna, Brooklyn Deputy Borough President recently commented that some of the benefits they have seen include “frequency of participation in classroom discussion, the number of teacher and student communications per day, and improved vocabulary and literacy pronunciation.”