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Gage Edmonson

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Katrina Dye

on 6 March 2015

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Q. What five adjectives would best describe your design?
A. Innovative, competitive,

Q. What was the inspiration for your design?
A. I took today problems and thought how they would be in tomorrows society.

Q. What makes your design innovative?
A. it uses technology in a way that it does not take away human interaction.

Q. What feature of your design will most excite and inspire the students?
A. I think the feature of the students personal ipads will most exite them most because they will always have the internet at their fingertips.

Q. How will your design prepare students for work, college, and career?
A. My design will prepare them by making them "grow up". It will do this by making them face conciquences from an early age.
My solution to these problems in 2050 is to have vibrating desks when a student would put their head on them to cut down on sleeping.To keep students from forgetting their things I think small lockers in every classroom like those shown in the bottom left corner that would support only things for that subject. Finally to help students see the board I see built in I pads on every desk that the teacher could control with his/her computer.
Lakeside 2050: Middle School Classroom
A Glimpse into the Future of Lakeside School District
Gage Edmonson

I believe the problems of a middle school classroom in 2050 wiill be similar to the ones we see today problems that include students sleeping, forgetting their things and not being able to see the board
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