Creating Equitable Pathways to Future Careers with Technology
New technology can provide hands-on virtual learning opportunities within the trades to not only expose students to high-demand skill sets safely but also increase equity in schools by removing barriers to learning materials, increasing resources available to students and supplementing their education.
In this REPORT, LEARN MORE ABOUT:
- How digital learning methods like 3D simulations and virtual reality can provide more hands-on experiences for students to build skills
- How technology can aid in building momentum in the classroom
- How creating custom learning paths can narrow the gap of student outcomes