Attached are few photos students and staff at Opequon Elementary using technology.
Bryan Frye, Computer Education Teacher, Opequon Elementary School
1st grade Students at opequon elementary in martinsburg enjoy learning rhythm through the Smartboard in Mrs. Hasley's music class.
WVSD 8th grade student working with the Apangea Math program in Mrs. Hausrath's class.
Adam Roth's English Class at Elkins High School in Randolph County
Here is a photo of Webster Springs Virtual Spanish 1B participating in their first Discussion Board in honor of Digital Learning Day. Students used the Discussion Board to post questions about favorite foods, sports, and of course, the weather. Discussions followed. Gracias, Margie, for taking the picture for us. Gracias, Mary
Here are a few pictures taken in my Kindergarten classroom at Springfield Green Spring Elementary today for WV Digital Learning Day 2012. .
Gayle Allen, Hampshire County
Picture 1) Randolph Technical Center Game Design students present their accounting game to 30 visiting business education students.
Picture 2) A reporter from The Inter-Mountain plays the winning game in Globaloria's civics game competition in Diane White's class at Tygarts Valley High School.Picture 3) At Tygarts Valley Middle School, students in Mollie Ferguson's Globaloria class teach a reporter from WDTV news how to play the game they developed as a team.
At Matewan ELementary School in Mingo, Wv. we are very fortunate to have access to several different types of technology. Everyday we have the opportunity to enhance our lessons by using the mobile computer lab, responders, smart boards and the Mobi's. The interactive Mobi's are our newest piece of technology and the students had a wonderful time today working in collaboration to build a vocabulary web on severe weather. During this lesson students worked in pairs to complete the web during reading centers. As always, we had a great DIGITAL DAY at Matewan ELementary!
Mrs. Fields, 4th Grade
Sent from lb millsop kindergarten ,brooke county,weirton wv..teacher...frances bonnaure