Martin J. Gottlieb Day School uses technology resources to connect skills to ‘‘what students should know and be able to do to learn effectively and live productively in an increasingly digital world’’ (NETS – National Educational Technology Standards). Computer Technologies are utilized as a tool for students to use in creating, communicating, making connections, researching and developing problem-solving skills. Students acquire fluency with technology concepts, applications, terminologies, and troubleshooting through working on projects and assignments that enhances and extend classroom learning.
The spiral curriculum is designed to expose students (K-8), in age and develop mentally appropriate ways, to skill and literacies set forth by NETS.
While the Martin J Gottlieb Day School certainly excels in teaching children to embrace the many wonderful traditions of Judaism, where we truly shine is in our unique ability to prepare children for digital age of tomorrow. By combining leading-edge learning techniques and state-of-the-art technology, we are proud to meet or exceed the standards of NETS, the National Educational Technology Standards.