Charter School of San Diego

For more than 20 years, The Charter School of San Diego has been working to change the way students learn, employing innovative techniques and resources to meet the individualized learning needs of at-risk children.

“Our students come from all walks of life, with many several grade levels behind in basic math and language skills. It is critical that we find new ways to engage them with different tools than they were exposed to at their traditional schools,” said Tiffany Yandell, Operations Coordinator for CSSD.  

With 22 workstations, including dozens of computers, iPads, and other devices, CSSD needed a way to bring all of the technologies together in a cohesive, collaborative way to facilitate instruction and communication, and ClickShare came to the rescue. ClickShare is allowing students to easily share ideas and collaborate in new ways, expressing themselves like never before.  

ClickShare makes learning ‘live’ and more interactive, so teachers can immediately address questions or students can help each other. It also allows students to easily share ideas and collaborate in new ways, expressing themselves like never before.  “ClickShare has really helped create a more inclusive educational experience, and for these kids, that is what it’s all about.”

About this project

Application
Date 10 June 2014
Location San Diego, California, United States
Press release

10 June 2014

ClickShare boosts collaboration in the classroom at the Charter School of San Diego

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