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Transcript of Colton Bergstrom
The problem with modern day school supplies and technology is that they have bulky
. Today's textbooks are very hard to carry around because they weight so much, even with the use of a backpack. This is not a very convenient
If the students of 2050 did use tablets, what's to stop one student from logging into another student's?
The solution to the problem of bulk is, in 2050, to have an
tablet that has all of the textbooks downloaded into it. Now that brings another problem, how does it stay charged? Well, the students will still have backpacks, but these will be smaller and will have chargers inside of them, so they will be able to charge while the students are at lunch or going from class to class. And to stop other students from logging into another's tablet, the tablets can only be signed into with fingerprint scans.
Q: What five adjectives would best describe your design?
A: Innovative, advanced, small, interactive, and convenient.
Q: What makes your design innovative?
A: It features technology that already exists, but is improved greatly, such as the tablet.
Q: What was the inspiration for your design?
A: The idea of small and compact machines.
Q: What type of careers are the students of 2050 preparing for?
A: Much more technology based jobs, such as engineers and technologists.
Q: What sorts of issues do you think will be most important to the students of 2050?
A: Keeping their tablets charged and completing their homework, maybe later in the future they will have to worry about the ozone layer deteriorating.
A Glimpse Into the Future of the Lakeside School District: Students' Technology