Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) Program
Applications now open.
Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) is a Microsoft Philanthropies program that builds sustainable Computer Science (CS) programs in high schools by pairing classroom teachers with industry volunteers and a proven curricula.
Instructional Technology Planning Cohort 2021 - 2022
We invite school Instructional Leadership Teams (ILTs) to join us for a 3-day cohort to dialogue and develop an informed, effective school-wide plan for digital age learners. This is a professional learning opportunity which provides school Instructional Leadership Teams guidance in developing an Instructional Technology Plan for digital learning tailored to each school’s needs..
Complete our interest form to join our cohort sessions offered during off-track times.
Broadening Student Perspectives and Learning as Global Collaborators at John C. Fremont High School
By Michelle Touceda, Instructional Technology Facilitator, John C. Fremont High School, Fremont Community of Schools, Local District South
Global collaboration can take shape in many forms. Through the use of this strategy our students have the opportunity to actively build on their prior knowledge and deepen their understanding of a variety of concepts. Providing students with guest speakers, the chance to attend virtual lectures, and sharing their thoughts with other students both inside their classroom as well as outside of their school site allows students to grow and develop skills that may not be available to them without the use of technology – specifically the use of video conferencing.