The School District of New Berlin is proud of its use of learning technologies to enhance the learning experiences of students. Technology is used by students and educators to bring rigor, relevance and relationships into the classroom with the purpose of developing academic standards and skills for success in the 21st century. This is accomplished through staff development that focuses on effectively designing lessons that focus on learner outcomes and leverage of current digital tools.

To be successful in the 21st Century, students must be able to:

  • Solve Real World Problems 
  • Self-Reflect
  • Effectively collaborate 
  • Communicate across Contexts 
  • Think Critically 
  • Innovate 
  • Be Flexible
  • Be Self Directed 
  • Be Creative

To see the complete Vision of 21st Century Learning, please click here.

The school district also features an exemplary library media program in which the LMC is considered the hub for learning in each school.  Our library media specialists collaborate with teachers to design and co-teach lessons, provide resources for students and staff, and offer staff development in the area of information technology.

Dr. Punya Mishra - TPACK handout
This handout is in reference to the TPACK model presentation by Dr. Punya Mishra on Friday, February 21, 2014.
Dr. Punya Mishra - Creativity handout
This handout is in reference to the Creativity portion of the presentation by Dr. Punya Mishra on Friday, February 21, 2014.
School District of New Berlin