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2012: Campus Wireless Infrastructure

If we want our students to be able to join fast-paced, data-driven communication and decision-making, and to be able to respond and contribute carefully, thoughtfully, ethically, analytically, we must have wireless.
Why this is important for a Justin-Siena education:
If we want our students to be able to join fast-paced, data-driven communication and decision-making, and to be able to respond and contribute carefully, thoughtfully, ethically, analytically, we must have wireless.

Digital natives, such as our newest faculty members, learn and teach in a way that is naturally connected to our students who are also digital natives. Their instinctive way to learn and teach is much more likely to be participatory, intuitive, flexible, creative, interactive, collaborative, and web-based. That’s why we need wireless.

If we want students to find and process information and independently create meaning, and if we want students to become self-initiating, lifelong learners—we need wireless.
“As we transition to a digital learning environment and each learner has his or her own device, we will be able to facilitate personalization, participation, interaction, and collaboration—with people who might be right there in the classroom, or people who might be across the world.”

–Scherer, M. (2011) Transforming education with technology: A conversation with Karen Cator. Educational Leadership 68 (5), 16-21.
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Justin-Siena High School

4026 Maher Street
Napa, CA, 94558
United States
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Justin-Siena is a Lasallian Catholic college preparatory community that serves young men and women in grades 9–12.