Dick Meyer and Marlene Burke love the staff and students of Eagleridge Elementary School. So much so that they recently donated 64 Chromebook computing devices to the school. You see, they have a special connection to the school—their granddaughter, Serenity Feliciano, is a first grader in Ms. Jaimie Darnell’s classroom. Every Tuesday, Marlene volunteers in… Continue Reading New Chromebooks Connect Students To The World
Kent Prairie Elementary students experienced what it’s like to see a tornado and travel to the sun using Google’s augmented reality technology. A Google for Education representative visited the school on Feb. 9 and let the students engage with three-dimensional objects that were placed around the school. Using a smart phone, students could walk around… Continue Reading Google brings augmented reality to Kent Prairie Elementary School
First graders at Centennial Elementary love using their iPads to help them learn. Bethel’s Digital Learning initiative is funded by a Technology Levy that is up for renewal this year. Started in 2014, the levy has put iPads in the hands of every student in the district, K-12.
In February, Bethel voters will be asked to renew the district’s Technology Levy. First approved in 2014, the Tech Levy has put iPads in the hands of every student in the district, K-12. “I firmly believe they make my life easier and they make the students’ lives more enjoyable.” That’s what Liberty Middle School science… Continue Reading iPads in the classroom open up new ways of learning
Graham-Kapowsin High School physics teacher Will Rewitz talks technology, and about how his students are utilizing the district’s 1:1 iPads to enhance their education.
Excitement was in the air at Frontier Middle School in Evergreen Public Schools, Vancouver. Dozens of 6th grade students received Chromebook computers to use in the classroom, and at home, to enhance personalized learning. By the end of September the learning devices will be distributed to more than 800 students. It’s all part of a… Continue Reading Learning Devices Delivered at Frontier Middle School
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