21st Century Learning
21st century classrooms engage students in learning activities that build 21st century skills, including creativity, communication, collaboration, critical thinking and citizenship. Students solve complex problems and demonstrate their learning using modern technology in spaces that are flexible, dynamic, innovative and fun.
Rainbow District School Board’s community based secondary schools are transforming traditional classrooms into 21st century learning environments, including:
- Chelmsford Valley District Composite School
- Confederation Secondary School
- Espanola High School
- Lasalle Secondary School
- Lively District Secondary School
- Manitoulin Secondary School
Picture classrooms with green screens, whiteboards, robotics, smart TVs, laptops, iPads, and 3D printers where students are challenged to imagine and create.