“Computer-assisted education will allow schools to design curricula that is individualized to each student. Outside the classroom, the easy availability is information will of information will increase individuals’ ability to become lifelong learners.” – Howard Gardner, Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Capistrano Valley Christian Schools offers a fully integrated, high-tech, technology literacy program for all its students in grades K-12.
The project includes new state of the art, laptop computers, software and networking with a twist. The equipment is the foundation for technology integration into all aspects of the school’s curriculum. In addition to staff training and student skill training, the school uses high-level technology skills within all classroom curriculum.
Students and teachers learn all International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards areas including the Internet, spreadsheets, databases, word-processing, multi-media, desktop publishing, basic skills and graphics.