Digital Learning Day

ACPS Celebrates Digital Learning Day
Posted on 02/24/2016
Students in Mrs. Boan’s 4th grade class learn how to read the codes of a game.ACPS teachers and staff conducted technology-enhanced lessons and activities as a part of Digital Learning Day 2016. Several digital learning tools, including instructional video, interactive Promethean board problem-solving, coding and electronic surveys were integrated into the curriculum. These great activities showcased engaging learning experiences for students. Teachers also facilitated student-centered learning with web-based applications such as Discovery Education, Study Island, Math Interactives and Spelling City. Administrators visited classrooms and participated in a tutorial on safe, educational cell phone technology. Digital Learning Day, celebrated on February 17th, is a national initiative spotlighting successful instructional practices and the effective use of technology in the classroom.

Pictured Above: Students in Mrs. Boan’s 4th grade class, Angelina Herrera and AyChasia Boyd, learn how to read the codes of a game.


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ACPS principals and administrators received mobile technology training. (l-r) ACMS Principal Dr. Sarah Tanner-Anderson, Anu Upadhyaya, Director to Pupil Personnel and Federal Programs, ACES Principal Cynthia Reasoner and ACHS Principal Parcilla Salley.


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Lilly Simpson, a 1st grader in Mrs. Comerford’s class uses Spelling City at the Promethean board to review vocabulary words.


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Students in Mrs. Ashman’s 8th grade English class watched a Duke Ellington video streamed from Discovery Education before working on a writing prompt about his life and music.


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ACES librarian Diane Langston explored online surveys to engage students in a question and answer lesson.


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Damien Lewis, a 1st grader in Mrs. Comerford’s class, uses Spelling City’s Word Unscramble to review new vocabulary words.


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