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Nowadays, students are constantly using digital technology.The questions raised here are: how can educational policymakers change the curriculums used in schools to fit the invasion of technology? The International School of Innovation believes in the combination between innovative technologies and instructional practices in delivering the national curriculum, yet with a focus on innovation and student creativity. In delivering the knowledge to their students, the school uses patented technology that was created by Dr. Watfa in order to match the Lebanese curriculum and grow a generation of original leaders that can create an innovative future. This technological revolution that has taken place in the ISI should move toward taking place on the national level.Our educational policymakers should believe in the advancement of technology and its importance in incorporating it into our educational systems.
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