MAS.963 | Fall 2005 | Graduate
Technological Tools for School Reform


For the final project, students should develop new tools, materials and activities to demonstrate the potential of digital technologies to transform schools and their local communities to vibrant learning environments that serve every student. The final projects should be grounded in what can be concretely achieved in today’s progressive public schools. The Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) will serve as concrete context for the design and implementation of the final projects.

Work from exemplary student projects is included below. All work is courtesy of the students named and used with permission.

Susan Bonsey

Project Overview and Questions: “Adaptation” (PDF)
Project Materials: Lesson Plan Format (PDF)
Unit Mapping Assignment Guidelines (PDF)

Andres Hernandez

Project Brainstorm (PDF)

Benjamin Mako Hill

Software Freedom

Seth Raphael

Children Without Borders (PDF)

Jay Silver

A Guide to Seeing Present Propaganda (PDF)

Course Info
As Taught In
Fall 2005
Learning Resource Types
group_work Projects with Examples