Welcome to the home page of Nashoba's 1:1 Chromebook initiative with grade 8 students and teachers in each of our three middle schools, Hale, Florence Sawyer and Luther Burbank.
A personal mobile device offers students anytime, anywhere access to rich educational resources and 21st century learning experiences that align with the Massachusetts curriculum frameworks.  Consistent access to a mobile device ensures that students are provided opportunities to use technology to create, collaborate, communicate and curate information. A 1:1 model enables teachers to regularly guide students in the ethical and safe use of technology and to use  digital resources to personalize and self-direct learning. This digital learning model promotes equitable access to curriculum,  differentiation of instruction and independent discovery.  It is important that we provide authentic and enriching learning experiences through the use of digital tools that students will be expected to use effectively and efficiently for research, innovation and problem-solving in future educational opportunities and careers.


Take a Look at Some of the Outcomes of the 1:1 Chromebook Initiative

Subpages (1): Survey Results