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Deliberately Integrated at Each Grade

  • Students have access to multimedia learning resources as well as the ability to create digital portfolios of their learning.
  • Students use online subscription skill builders that have the potential to track their progress.
  • Students connect with other classrooms through video conferencing.
  • Students connect with digital resources to research topics.
  • Students write blog posts and practice quality commenting.
  • Students are introduced to computer science with basic coding activities.

Kindergarten - iPad 1Kindergarten students practice math skills in an iPad center.

1st Grade - eBookFirst grade students compose animal riddle eBook.

2nd grade - skypeSecond grade students in Ada and New Zealand connect to discuss a shared read aloud book.

3rd Grade - weather forecastThird grade students produce a weather forecast.

4th Grade - Zoo SchoolFourth grade students blog about their experiences at Zoo School.

5th Grade - News ReportsFifth grade students produce newscast of current events.

Resources Used in the Classrooom

Listed here are a few of the web based tools we use in our classrooms.

  • KidBlogs: Subscription based student blogs, managed by teachers
  • Padlet: Web based collaboration space used to collect and share ideas when brainstorming or presenting. Has the capability to manage publishing and group settings
  • Skype & Google Hangouts: Apps that allow students to connect with other classrooms, authors, or scientists. 
  • ConnectED: Online multimedia resources that support our MyMath curriculum. 
  • Discovery Education: Digital library complete with lesson plans, activities, projects, and videos.
  • XtraMath: Math fact practice that tracks student mastery of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
  • IXL: Skill builders that target specific curriculum standards, provides immediate feedback, and tracks student progress.
  • code.org: Introductory coding activities.
  • scratch.mit.edu: Coding platform for beginning coders.
  • Google Apps: Apps that allow students to store, share and compile information for various projects including docs, spreadsheets, presentations, maps, etc.