Technology

Technology Acceptable Use Guidelines for Teachers and Students

http://www.gpsk12.org/gps-district-wide/technology/acceptable-use-guidelines

Technology Integration in the Common Core Standards

Just as teachers and students use a variety of digital media and technology in their classrooms on a daily basis, the Common Core standards weave technology and media use into the standards for both ELA (English Language Arts) and Mathematics at every grade level. For more information, the following two documents list specific ELA and Math standards that harness technology for student learning.

Technology Integration in ELA Common Core Standards (Word format)

Technology Integration-Math Common Core Content Standards (Word format)

District Technology Plan (2017-20, DRAFT-PDF)


Two programs that provide affordable Internet access to low-income homes.

1) FCC Lifeline Program. The program provides significantly mobile and fixed broadband Internet access. Costs are low, but do appear to be variable. You can learn more about program eligibility and find service providers at Lifelinesupport.org

2) EveryoneOn.org is a non-profit that provides assistance to families in need of free or low-cost Internet access. The organization partners with local internet service provides in 48 states and Washington, D.C. Low-cost, refurbished tablets and computers are also available through EveryoneOn.org.


Text is not a 4-Letter Word (Word format). This document discusses several digital tools and resources to make text accessible to readers of all ages and abilities.

New Teacher Training-Introduction to District Technology

Unpacking the New Science Standards with Educational Technology, MassCUE presentation by Carol S. Holzberg, PhD, CETL, Director of Technology, Greenfield Public Schools and Beth Dichter, Technology Integration Teacher, Springfield Public Schools (10/19/18). Resource page highlights include links to NGSS standards, readings, podcasts, videos, digital apps, instructional strategies, simulations, animations, and computer science https://goo.gl/JfnMsP


Submit a Trouble Ticket

The best way to get an IT problem resolved is to submit a Technology Trouble Ticket.

Use a different computer to submit a ticket if computer or device is out of commission

Go to

http://help.gpsk12.org/

Click Submit a new ticket

Submit a New Ticket

Enter detailed information about the problem on the form, including any error message that you see.

Click submit.