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Technology Literacy by Eighth Grade
We use The Maryland Technology Literacy Standards for Students as a guide to integrate technology into the essential curriculum.  Students use a variety of programs including Microsoft Office programs such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel.  Students also have access to websites that provide additional support for essential curriculum skills.  Students work on a variety of technology projects with our computer lab facilitator, Mrs. Gaume, on a weekly basics.

SMART School
The 2015-2016 school year marks the eigth year of teaching with SMART technology at C. Paul Barnhart Elementary.  Both students and teachers are learning how powerful the use of a SMART board can be in the classroom.

Technology Links At Home
Reading:
Houghton Mifflin: Website for student reading anthologies grades 1-5
Starfall: Comprehension and phonics for primary students
Power Proofreading: Grades 2-5
Internet4Classrooms: Grade Level Help for grades Pre-K to 8 in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. 

Math:
PearsonSuccessNet: Access on-line math book and support activities for grade 3-5.  Ask your student from their log-in information
Interactive Math Games: Great interactive math games for all grades from the Oswego City School District in Oswego, New York
Houghton Mifflin Math: eManipulative, eGames, extra practice and more for grades K-6

Technology at Our Fingertips:
256 laptops distributed in every classroom for students to access curriculum and instructional materials.
2 computer labs designed to provide computer literacy and CODE.org instruction to every student.
66 iPADS available to students to access interventions and instructional materials

Each classroom is equipped with a visualizer that projects manipulatives and materials from the table to the Smart Board making the content accessible to all students.

Clicker Response Systems to encourage active participation and to conduct quick analysis of student learning.