Ashley Wilkins
Cornerstone sophomores Marin Bennett, Emma Hendricks and Olivia Snowden use their new devices to collaborate in class.
Barely scratching the Surface

In 2015, you would be hard-pressed to find a clichéclassroom with a teacher standing at a blackboard, monotonously repeating a textbook lesson.

Educators now understand that students learn best through collaboration, group work and hands-on lessons.

To support this innovative method of learning, schools across the nation are tossing out the pencils, papers, textbooks and folders and upgrading to tech-friendly classrooms, integrating 1:1 technology initiatives.