Just like St. John Baptist de La Salle pioneered innovative ways of instructing students in 17th century France, teachers at DeLaSalle High School look for and use the latest 21st century methods of educating students.
DeLaSalle has led its peers among schools in Minnesota by incorporating technology into the classroom.
The iPad and its myriad educational apps, enhances the teacher-student relationship by bringing the world’s accumulated knowledge to the fingertips of each teacher and student. The use of cloud technology, coupled with software and online resources, such as iTunes U, Khan Academy, Sophia, Quia, and Subtext, enable teachers and students to collaborate on course material. Teachers can better track when and how much time students spend on their coursework, and give quicker feedback, freeing up classroom instruction by spending less time collecting and dispensing paper.