Digital classroom still relies on paper and pens
| Feb 25, 2011
Back in September, when Nancy Amling first opened the doors to her new technology-themed high school in Chelsea, parents asked her what supplies they should buy. “I told them, ‘You don’t need supplies! We have laptops,’” Amling said.
Over the next few weeks, she and her staff learned that paper and pens have their place. But aside from the notebooks students carry around, almost nothing is traditional about Amling’s school. To learn more about Hudson High School of Learning Technologies’ unique program, read the article by Anna Phillips at the Gotham Schools website.