Welcome to the Exemplary Digital Teaching Archive!
First graders learn to make hypotheses and document claims as they search for the identities of mystery dinosaurs.
Fifth graders and their teachers explore Google Docs' capacity to facilitate collaborative writing.
Second grade teacher Kelly Parks and her students use GarageBand to improve reading fluency.
Fifth graders combine digital and natural resources to create multi-genre 'zines as field guides that promote the preservation and restoration of the natural environment surrounding their school.
First and second graders create podcasts and photo slideshows to document changes to the woods surrounding their school over three seasons.
Seventh and eighth graders create alternate history game boards as one part of building multi-genre websites that document their research into turning points in American history.
History, art, architecture and writing are brought together as these fifth and sixth graders showcase their research in an ancient history museum.
Principal Donnan Stoicovy describes the role of digital technology in supporting collaboration, deep thinking and initiative in student learning.