Have you wanted to use your MacBook in the classroom, but not sure where to start? You're not alone. The Gazette Falcon reports that in Colorado Springs, Colorado, School District 49 teachers have began to go back to school to learn more about their new MacBooks and how they can better teach with them. Whether you're working at the elementary level or in a high school, you're going to want to make sure you have the number for a MacBook repair specialist handy!
The news source said the schools started trading in old laptops and now have hundreds of MacBooks out across the district.
“It brings autonomy back to the classroom,” said Dave Knoche, Falcon Virtual Academy principal. With these MacBooks in place, the story said teachers in this district will be able to have the best support no matter what classroom or school they are in.
As soon as class starts, the teachers should be up to speed on their new devices. If anything happens to any of these MacBooks, the schools can easily have them repaired and working again as soon as possible by contacting a reputable MacBook repair company.
According to a report last year from the U.S Department of Education, U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said technology needs to be incorporated into the classroom every day to ensure students have access to optimal learning tools.