MBS recognizes that we live in a digital age. We think that technology can provide our students with many new ways to learn and explore. Yet we also understand that children are susceptible to taking technology for granted, using it without purpose, and too readily accepting the ways in which it can have a negative impact. So, the use of technology in the MBS classroom is strictly intentional and interactive.
For example, you will find math classes where students coordinate learning via Google Drive, science classes where students work together to present information through collaborative video projects, and music classes where students harmonize through voice and electronic programs. Using this technology under the guidance of our faculty, MBS students confront the constraints and pitfalls of technological learning tools as they learn to appreciate the horizons that they open.