Many schools across the nation have adopted Common Core State Standards, but not all schools in Colorado have yet to change to the new curriculum. Although some schools continue to maintain their more flexible and more personalized curriculum, nationwide testing is now build to measure the success of Common Core—meaning that education has changed, whether it has been adopted or not.
Electronic Class Room Assignments
Each and every year teachers are required to reevaluate their curriculums, to ensure that they are relevant and competitive. In order to stay competitive in today’s electronically savvy world, students find themselves completing more electronic classroom assignments. The vast majority of these assignments utilize audio, meaning that educational headphones are required.
Along with more electronic classroom assignments, comes more electronic homework. Even if some homework is performed by hand, much of the research required for homework is performed online. For this reason, many students also invest in a secondary set of educational headphones for home use.
Electronic testing is now being used in most schools for both general classroom testing. Even if your child’s school has not adopted Common Core, they must learn how to navigate electronic testing.
The changes above affect all schools within the state of Colorado, and will help to ensure students are electronically savvy.