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Advancing technology changing elementary computer classes

If you are a parent of an elementary school student in the Kewaunee School district, you may have noticed your child having different computer class curriculums than you might have as a student. Rebecca Krueger, a computer teacher within the district for 27 years, reflects on the changes she has seen as technology has changed during her career.



The Kewaunee district's move to 1-to-1 technology for all students at the beginning of the pandemic is still taking place now. Students first grade and up have Chromebooks for individual use, and students in grades kindergarten and below have iPads at their disposal in the same fashion. Krueger has been flexible within her classroom and has adjusted to the students' having their own devices. She described using devices already in the computer labs and the students' devices to continue to teach them how to use systems like Google and Windows simultaneously.

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