Technology Belongs in the Learning Process

Educators must be employ technology to its best advantage to enhance, extend and expand learning for students; to develop students’ curiosity, creativity and critical thinking skills. Otherwise the education is preparing students for 1986.

What’s Your Story? Telling Beautifully Illustrated Stories with Your Photographs

I’m an amateur shutterbug. I’ve always love photography but the advent of the digital camera, I really became enamoured of the process.  I’ve spent years practicing at all the details of shooting with a digital single-lens reflex camera (DLSR).  I can…

Strategies for Taking Flight with BYOT

(cross posted at BYOT Network and Bold Visions and cowritten by Dr. Tim Clark, Instructional Technology Coordinator of Forsyth County Schools) The Partnership for 21st Century Skills identified 4 critical areas of learning for students that include creativity, critical thinking, communication and…

Growing In New Directions

Forsyth County Schools is entering a new era in the use of classroom technologies.  For many, many years we weeded out all the extras and focused our efforts on growing a standard set of hardware and software.  Through this effort,…

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