Mark Twain Union Elementary School District

Technology

Mark Twain Elementary has Wifi available throughout the campus for students, staff, and guests. All classrooms grade 3-8 have a 1:1 ratio of students to Google ChromeBooks and all classrooms have at least two Internet connected desktop computers. K-2 classrooms have at least a 10:1 student to Internet connected computer ratio. All classrooms have ActivBoards with ActivSlates and access to student response systems. The Library Media Center is available to students before, during, and after school hours and is staffed by a Classified employee for seven hours. The Library Media Center has 2 Internet connected computers for student use. The Computer Lab is available to classrooms during school hours and is staffed by a Computer Technician for seven hours. It has 40 Internet connected computers for student use. Assistive technology is provided to special education students as directed per their IEP.

 
Copperopolis Elementary has Wifi available throughout the campus for students, staff, and guests. All classrooms grade 3-6 have a 1:1 ratio of students to Google ChromeBooks and all classrooms have at least two Internet connected desktop computers. First and second grade classrooms have a 5:1 ratio of students to Apple iPads. Kindergarten classrooms have a 10:1 student to Internet connected computer ratio. All classrooms have ActivBoards with ActivSlates and access to student response systems. The Library Media Center is available to classrooms during school hours and is staffed by a Classified employee for four hours. The Library Media Center has 4 Internet connected computers for student use. The Computer Lab is available to classrooms during school hours and is staffed by a Computer Technician for four hours. It has 34 Internet connected computers for student use. Assistive technology is provided to special education students as directed per their IEP.
 
District wide, software available for teacher use includes the District's cloud based Google Apps for Education domain, a web-based grading and parent communication program, web-based data analysis program, word processing and presentation software. Teachers access video streaming and instructional support utilizing a county wide Internet portal. Each teacher has been given a District laptop to support instruction.
 
All students grades 3-8 have their own Google Apps for Education accounts and access to the district's web-based grading system. Students participate and collaborate using district provided email accounts. Outside of school hours, students are able to access their District provided Google accounts and math and language arts curriculum. Students K-2 use word processing and presentation software, as well as online language arts and math curriculum. 

Last Modified on March 11, 2015
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