At Dror, learning is based on experience and interest, for both students and teachers. We believe in an active learning process where students work cooperatively. Our learning is designed to build skills for the 21st century. Dror participates in the national program for instructional technology. Students learn with personal tablets and classroom instruction incorporates other technological methods and tools. Dror’s facilities include state-of-the-art laboratories, diverse learning spaces designed for 21st century instruction, a professional communications studio etc. Some of the matriculation exams are also offered using instructional technology, including Hebrew language, geography, biology and more. This is part of an approach of providing tools for the future, empowering learners and recognizing their strengths.