When she met recently with Walker County educators, Jacobs focused on mapping the global classroom of the future.
As she led the group through access to multiple online resources, Jacobs stressed the development of instructional strategies that encourage critical thinking and investigative inquiry.
“Dr. Jacobs emphasized that we must work hard to prepare our students for the 21st century,” said assistant principal Melissa Lemons. “The students we teach today are very technologically inclined, and it is important for us to tap their natural curiosity with technology.”