Photos: KCD’s tech in the classroom: Chromebooks, Google Apps, Makerbots
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Kentucky Country Day
Kentucky Country Day is located on Springdale Road in Louisville, KY.
KCD was formed in 1972 and moved to its current 85-acre campus in 1978.
Google Chromebook cart and charging station
Middle school students are required to purchase a Google Chromebook for use in the classroom.
Technology Director Tim Rice
Tim Rice is the Technology Director at Kentucky Country Day. He helped with the deployment of Chromebooks in the middle school.
A student's personal Chromebook
Students use Google Apps to complete most of their assignments.
Downstairs in KCD's lower school
In addition to personal devices, students have access to a variety of school tech centers.
The computer lab
Some students work over the summer assembling new computers and helping to phase out old technology.
The fabrication lab
Students use a Makerbot Replicator 2 to print designs they created using Tinkercad.
iPads for primary school students
Primary school students at KCD have access to school-owned laptops and iPads for use in the classroom.
Tim Rice shows off a student-built robot
Students participate in every aspect of building robots, including soldering the boards and programming the robots.