The following is a listing of the pertinent data from the 2006-2007 school year, showing a clear case for technology integrated learning:

  • Over 3000 online writing pieces were written by 113 students during the school year.
  • In 50 days (April 2-May 21) 54 students made 4951 edits to a collaborative writing document.
    • 12% of which were made on the weekends.
    • These edits created 502 interconnected pages.
  • Overwhelmingly, students respond with positive feedback in the area of computer and technology use when related to general studies in the classroom (see Enthusiasm Matrix).