Has your district’s student computing initiative been successful? Has it positively impacted learning outcomes? Moving from substitutive to transformational teaching practices is a journey and providing the right roadmap and development opportunities is essential for success. Clear Creek ISD started on this journey 3 years ago with a decision to provide devices to every student, grades 4 – 12, across the entire district. Midway through a 30,000 tablet deployment, CCISD is now seeing the positive impact and has learned many valuable lessons along the way.
In this webinar, you’ll hear directly from Richland School District Two in Columbia, South Carolina about how they successfully built and launched a 1:1 computing initiative with Google Chromebooks and Apps for Education. This program serves their 27,000 students spanning across 18 elementary schools, seven middle schools, five high schools, four magnet centers and two alternative schools. They are also piloting tablets with Google Play for Education. The district wanted to equip students with technology skills to succeed in the 21st century: creativity, critical thinking, communication and problem solving.
In this webcast you will hear how teachers have used 3D printers to engage students at all levels; from elementary to high school. For example, we will discuss how middle-schoolers are using an uPrint SE 3D printer to create a custom ear bud holder. We will also talk about a 4th grade class creating money clips from initial design to end-use print. In regards to these projects and more, we will discuss the importance of writing the lessons into the curriculum.
Learn how the Allen Independent School District is creating “future ready” students by focusing on digital learning, high priority learning standards, and assessment. See how they used an LMS to implement online and blended learning.
In this webcast, hear about how Google tools are helping transform classrooms around the globe. Glyn School is located in Surrey, about 40 minutes away from London in the UK. This webcast will feature both educators and students from the school ready to share their experience with using educational technology.
You know better than most the daunting challenges schools are facing today: the need to meet the impending online testing mandates, to managing technology infrastructure, and do so with limited budgets and resources.
It’s no surprise then that schools are looking to virtual desktops as a solution.