Anytime, Anywhere learning starts with removing barriers that currently exist for some of our students by providing a device and internet access in and outside of school. This allows for the following learning and teaching advantages:
Students can be independent and have ownership of time, place, path, and pace for learning.
Students can advocate for their own learning, knowing all the tools are available anytime and anywhere.
Students can have access to a variety of types and sources of information.
Students can learn when and where they are ready, including expanding learning opportunities beyond the walls of the school.
Teachers can plan for and use instructional tools when and where they are appropriate and helpful for learning and teaching.
Examples of anytime, anywhere learning include the following:
Flipped & hybrid instruction: Using time creatively to meet the needs of students.
Access in school: Creating a wireless infrastructure at school that can accommodate use by all students.
Access outside of school: Accessing the internet outside of the school space and time. The district works with families and community partners to eliminate the access gap.