1. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving,
2. Collaboration across Networks and Leading by Influence,
3. Agility and Adaptability,
4. Initiative and Entrepreneurialism,
5. Effective Oral and Written Communication,
6. Accessing and Analyzing Information,
7. Curiosity and Imagination


  1. Improve student critical thinking and problem solving skills through the use of effectively integrated technology into curricular areas of science, math, and language arts
  2. Encourage collaboration between science, math and language arts teachers: provide opportunities for systematic professional development and collaboration for teachers to develop technology-rich curricula. Promote studentcollaboration via virtual learning environments/social networks and face-to-face interactions. Partnerships with Norwich Public Utilities’ scientific experts lead by influence as they provide professional development for our teachers and share their knowledge with our students.
  3. Provide increased opportunities to use technology as a learning tool: increase student awareness of the value of educational technology as they quickly adapt to the appropriate learning tool for the task at hand.
  4. Increase student initiative through productivity in multiple disciplines with a variety of current technologies: afford students the opportunity to work at their individual skill levels using technology tools that assist in the development of a sense of belonging to the global community, for altruistic goals as well as for commercial enterprises.
  5. Increase deep understanding of scientific terminology: further develop the students’ oral and written communication skills in multiple disciplinary areas
  6. Create learning environments that foster data collection, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation to enable them to develop higher-level thinking skills
  7. Promote student curiosity and imagination by making 21st century technology readily accessible.