In honor of Digital Citizenship Week, the Department of Technology’s Learning Technology team has launched a Digital Citizenship Week website featuring resources to support our educators with covering digital citizenship topics with students.
Also, ACPS will also be hosting two family Digital Citizenship webinar events this November, and you’re invited! Mark your calendar: Continue reading
Elementary Teachers: Please remember to bookmark the link to the ACPS Asynchronous Elementary Optional Seesaw Resources spreadsheet. Instructional coaches and talent development resource teachers have created this activity bank to support asynchronous learning on Fridays. These Seesaw activities can serve as the entire learning plan for Friday or supplement plans you have in place. This resource will be updated weekly with new activities! Continue reading
The ACPS Asynchronous Activity Bank can now be accessed via the Seesaw School/District lesson bank.
What it is:
- Instructional coaches and talent development resource teachers will create and maintain this activity bank to support asynchronous learning on Fridays. These Seesaw activities can serve as the entire learning plan for Friday or supplement plans you have in place. Continue reading
January 29, 2020 | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. | Center I | Sign Up
Come learn how to effectively and efficiently use our new DBQ Online resource, which ACPS purchased for grades 6-12. This introductory workshop is designed to excite teachers new to the DBQ pedagogy and reinvigorate teachers who are already steeped in the DBQ experience. Join us on January 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Center I! Continue reading
Computer coding is everywhere! A stoplight changes color… you click a link to visit a website… your students customize a world in Minecraft… all of these are examples of coding in real life. Hour of Code, held the week of December 9-13, is an opportunity for students and teachers to connect coding to their own experiences and to learn more about coding. Continue reading
Teachers: An Elementary Report Card Resources web page (login required) has been created on the SIS Support site and will be a central repository for information about the new elementary report card.
Some of the resources available include:
Digital Citizenship Week (October 14-18) is an opportunity to reflect on the role of technology in our schools. To help strengthen the role of technology in your classroom, consider taking some time next week for discussions and activities with your students. To support this, the Department of Technology has created resources for ACPS educators including videos, discussion prompts, and more: Continue reading
DBQ Online from the DBQ Project is now available to all secondary teachers! Stay tuned for professional development this year on how to maximize this powerful learning resource. Access DBQ Online »
As our nation observes Black History Month this February, the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is pleased to provide teachers and school divisions with Black History Month resources celebrating and honoring African Americans and their achievements and contributions to America. Continue reading
Looking for the latest learning tool or seeking a new instructional strategy for your class? Take a few minutes to check out the Learning Tech Team’s new site! Available resources include a collection of teaching strategies, instructional practices, and transformative classroom examples that you can use to reimagine what learning can be in Albemarle County Public Schools. Continue reading