Digital Technology in Classroom
RRSS Top Technology Goals
- Incorporating more technology in the classroom or curriculum.
- Importing Wi-Fi Access and Wireless connectivity.
- Upgrading devices, software, and hardware.
RRSS's ultimate goal is to use technology to support teaching and learning, infuses classrooms with digital learning tools like Interactive E-Classroom.
In June 2020, all the E-Classrooms were installed with the state-of-the-art interactive whiteboards with built-in computers and other necessary equipment such as the multimedia all-in-one personal computer, short throw projector and slide whiteboard. These E-Classrooms expand book offerings, experiences and learning materials. The whole aim to the technology is to support learning 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, build 21st century skills, increase students' engagement, motivation and accelerate learning.
Technology also has the power to transform teaching by ushering in a new model of connected teaching. This model links teachers to their students and to professional content, resources and systems to help them improve their own instruction and personalized learning.
With the infusion of online learning opportunities and the use of open educational resources and other technologies in the classrooms, can definitely increase the educational productivity and accelerate the rate of learning. Besides, it can reduce costs associated with instructional materials and better utilizing teacher time.
In December 2019, RRSS set up a new computer laboratory in the school library. The 30 units of computers have built-in stereo speakers, 1MP HD USB external webcam, wireless keyboards and mouses, Bluetooth and gaming headsets. Owing to the introduction of new Cambridge Global Perspective subject in 2020, the laboratory is widely and fully booked by students to research projects where they need to get lots of information, statistics and ideas in order to complete the class project and assignments.