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    Seattle Public Schools Technology Vision
    Seattle Public Schools worked with parents, teachers, students, principals, district leaders, educational technology leaders, and community partners to create a technology vision for teaching and learning.
    Click here to learn more about that vision.

    Click the links below to learn how Seattle School's teachers
    use technology to enhance and improve instruction.​

    Teaching Students to Write Computer Code

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    Louisa Boren K-8 Stem teacher Julie Schmick uses a variety of resources to teach her students to write computer code.

    posted 2/26/16

    Using Student Personal Devices and Schoology to Learn About Local Community Art

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    Rainier Beach teacher Colin Pierce leveraged student personal devices and Schoology for students to learn about art in their communities.

    posted 2/12/16

    Teacher Collaboration and Classroom iPads

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    McClure Middle School Teachers collaboratively plan to integrate classroom iPads into their instruction.

    posted 2/8/16

    Schoology Online Discussions

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    Center School teacher Brian Carman incorporates Schoology online discussions to increase student engagement.

    posted 1/8/16

    Schoology in the Elementary Classroom

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    Concord International School teacher Kate Ayers uses Schoology to teach Hour of Code lessons to elementary students.

    posted 1/8/16