Today’s innovative school districts are taking holistic approaches to education that align values, technology and curricula. Finding success within the constraints of curriculum standards and tight budgets can be challenging. Resourceful teachers are leveraging nontraditional resources, such as volleyball or baseball scoreboards, to bring affordable technology and personalized learning into the classroom.
Journalism teacher Megan Licciardello at The Villages High School in The Villages, Fla., found that integrating video scoreboard content and media production into her classroom prepared students for college and career success. Using the newly upgraded football video board by Watchfire, she created a curriculum that sparks active listening, encourages individual and collaborative learning and builds life skills while preparing students with real-world problem-solving skills.
Video display-based lesson plans benefit different learning styles and progressive classrooms. Jump start your curriculum with creative ideas by downloading this infographic today: 8 Ways High Schools Can Use Video Scoreboards in Their Curriculum.