Enhancing second grade fluency in reading and writing through iTouch. Utilizing all aspects of literacy; reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing and enacting, students work through their writing process and publish them using a variety of digital Apps. These stories are
The Veteran’s Park Elementary School Librarian created authors. After numerous author visits to VP, students were left wanting. Not enough exposure to the author, his or her books, and limited discussion time left children unfulfilled. Increasing the students’ exposure, Skype
RHS English Department goes wireless. The integration of iPads in two RHS classrooms connects with the existing Apple TV devices and existing projectors using bluetooth . The iPad and Apple TV sets up for a mobile more interactive teaching experience.
Digital Art Tablets for Every Computer Art Student – The Ridgefield High School Art Department introduced Wacom digital tablet and pen . Digitizing art, students can work naturally drawing motion using a digital pressure sensitive pen instead of a mouse.
Library Learning Commons (LLC) is a resource center and hub of creativity and collaboration. The SRMS Makerspace is increasingly used for immersive, inquiry-based creation and exploration. Virtual Reality is an appropriate offspring of the LLC, allowing students to “travel” in
The Sunburst Digital company offers Wonder Workshop. This STEM based program, enhances K – 5 learners. Dash and Dot robots Dash and Dot robots provided an opportunity for students to learn coding, problem solving, and creative thinking. Lessons were directly
A real authentic experience for students. Access to industry analysis reports and recommendations were made to businesses in the community. Assisting local businesses with their operations while providing students with an engaging opportunity to work with them as colleagues promoted
Nature lab’s goal provided access to natural history specimens that encourages curiosity and creative thinking. Hands-on access to the collection enabled students to make connections between not only science, art, and design, but all aspects of their learning. Ultimately the
Unified Sports Program was created at RHS. Unified Sports® is a registered program of Special Olympics that combines approximately equal numbers of athletes with and without intellectual disability on sports teams for training and competition. All Unified Sports ® players,