Lower School

Technology

The appropriate use of technology enriches students’ learning experience across the disciplines and promotes higher order thinking skills. Computers, iPads, and 3-D printers are used as learning tools to support classroom curriculum, develop research skills, and design and build interdisciplinary projects. Students study and use a variety of creative content, authoring and sharing applications. Skills such as keyboarding, coding, and navigating the Internet safely and effectively are taught. Multimedia projects are designed as interdisciplinary projects, and targeted curricular software provide instrumental reinforcement.

List of 9 items.

  • 1-1 student iPad program

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  • Design Lab

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  • Lower School Classrooms

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  • Chase Mobile Lab

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  • Pappas Lab

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  • Science Mobile Lab

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  • Interactive Whiteboards

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  • Servers

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  • Additional Technological Resources

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Campus Network

Brimmer has a campus-wide network. Wireless technology allows every classroom throughout the school to be linked to both the network and the Internet. Students begin using devices in PK.
BRIMMER
69 Middlesex Road
Chestnut Hill, MA  02467
617-566-7462