Technology

 

At Centreville Layton School, technology is infused into academics in many ways. Faculty and students use many technologies such as computers/laptops, SMARTBoards, Chromebooks, iPads, AlphaSmarts and more.

 

Lower School students are taught technology skills in the Computer Lab once a week. These skills follow the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards for Students and include computer basics, keyboarding, word processing and more. AlphaSmarts are assigned to mature elementary students to use for the school year to reinforce keyboarding skills and to assist with written language.

Middle School students are taught technology skills within their Information Literacy class twice a week. The students will use technology to access, evaluate and use information to complete their assignments and homework. The ISTE Standards for Students and American Association of School Librarians (AASL) standards will be followed. Middle School students are assigned a mobile device to assist them with homework management, research, word processing and more.

Contact the Technology Department

If you have any questions about technology please direct them to Denise Jarrell at djarrell@centrevillelayton.org  or Patrick Burns at pburns@centrevillelayton.org.

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