The real power of interactive technologies is that they let us learn in ways that are not otherwise possible or practical.

– David Lessner

Technology provides students with easy-to-access information, accelerated learning, and fun opportunities to practise what they learn. It enables students to explore new subjects and deepen their understanding of difficult concepts, particularly in STEM. Adaptive diagnostic and personalized, differentiated paths target students’ unique areas of need. Real-time reports and progress monitoring provide teachers with action plans for individual and group instruction as well as project student performance. Leveraging on technology inside and outside the classroom, students can gain 21st-century technical skills necessary for future occupations.