In the current age we live in, technology has become an important component and is also playing an increasing role in education. As technology advances, it is used to benefit students of all ages in the learning process.
At C.D. Foundation students will be helped in absorbing the material in the manner they are comfortable with. Since some pupils are visual learners, projection screens linked to computers can allow them to see their notes instead of simply listening to a teacher deliver a lecture.
Technology will be a part of all curriculums, even outside of computer and technology classes. Students would be using computers to create presentations and use the Internet to research topics for papers and essays.
Various software programs will provide study questions, activities, and even tests and quizzes for a class that can help students continue learning outside the classroom.
Laboratories are equipped with all industry standard modern equipments which would be used in developing a solid foundation of basic science concepts, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills that will facilitate accelerated growth of all pupils.