technology’s presence is permeating the learning environment. Instructional
technologies at LWIS will encourage the development of innovative educational
goals, structures, policies and practices while helping redefine education. By
providing our learners and staff with interactive "anytime, anywhere”
access to quality instruction and the tools that facilitate active and engaged
learning, technology at our school will empower learners to take control of,
and take responsibility for their learning. The result will be the improved
efficiency and effectiveness of teaching and learning and the use of computers
as an aid in all subjects and grade levels.
school offers a wide range of innovative programs that cater for a range of
interests and abilities. In other words, learning in each subject will be
enhanced with the integration of technology.
learner has access to the school's Learning Management System (LMS) that
includes but is not limited to specific programs, web sites and various
e-resources in every course of study with the aim of making it part of their learning
learners will not only learn about technology itself but rather will learn with
technology. Hence, 21st century skills will be introduced and learners will use
collaborative tools that support higher-level thinking skills where students
analyze, evaluate and innovate.