Students can use animation software to create stories and animations to support the material they are covering in class. 

Wow.

Students can connect the Picoboard to a computer and use computer programming skills to build their own games!

When the iPad is paired with an Apple TV, image and audio from a student or teacher iPad can be transmitted, wirelessly, to a big screen at the front of class. This allows for mobility and collaboration, eliminating the necessity for a presenter to be be at the front of the room. 

More devices means more network traffic. Wireless internet on our campus needs an upgrade!

More devices means more network traffic. Wireless internet on our campus needs an upgrade!

Our teachers and students would love to have more cameras at school!  Early childhood, elementary, and middle school teachers use digital still and video cameras to document development and learning. Images and video can be shared within the classroom walls, as well as out to the parent community. Students use cameras to complete projects and connect with various topics that they may be studying. For example, if a child is studying shapes, they can walk around the playground taking pictures of the various shapes that they see. 

Did you know that your children have been exploring computer programming using a programming language called Scratch? Scratch was developed by a group at the MIT Media Lab. Picoboards will allow your children’s projects to launch to the next level.   

Did you know that your children have been exploring computer programming using a programming language called Scratch? Scratch was developed by a group at the MIT Media Lab. Picoboards will allow your children’s projects to launch to the next level.