Academic Technology

The core program is a project-oriented curriculum that is closely integrated into the seventh and eighth-grade courses. Students are introduced to technology tools during assignments that directly apply their newfound skills to practical applications. For example, one lesson may be tied to research skills necessary for Humanities while another is learning how to use Excel spreadsheets utilized
in math.

Some of the topics include:

• Digital Citizenship
• Coding and Web Programming
• Google Apps for Education
• Academic Research Tools
• Digital Media Tools
• Scratch Programming

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