Technology

STEM Night at Casa de la Esperanza

Join us for STEM Night at Casa de la Esperanza's Community Room at 1520 S. Emery St. in Longmont!

 

The event will run from 4:30pm-6:00pm on April 16th.  You will be able to explore:

*Cubelets

*Sphero Robots

*iPads and recommended apps

*Chromebooks

*Scratch Computer Programming

*Dash and Dot Robots

 

 

5th Grade Digging Deeper with Technology

In an effort to use technology in a more effective, impactful way, 5th graders in Mrs.

Dash and Dot come to iPeaks!

New robots have made their way into the Indian Peaks family!

Learning More About Robotics

One of the most significant advantages to having a Race to the Top Grant from the Department of Education is that our students are able to e

Exploring 3D Printing Tools

In November, Columbine students expanded on their knowledge of 3D modeling and explored the world of 3D printing.

Hour of Code

Click here to find out what TRMS has in store for the week code!

We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding how technology works. But only a tiny fraction of us are learning computer science, and less students are studying it than a decade ago.

What Can You Create for the Longmont Council for the Arts?

Show us what is important to you -or- A Day in your life.
Check out an example video here.

STEM Saturday at Indian Peaks

October 2014 - Technology Integration

The T in STEM is for Technology, and teachers spent a lot of time and effort in the month of October becoming familiar with the incredible amount of technological tools they received last month.  Teachers spent an afternoon in professional development learning about some educational apps that are available on the web and as iPad apps.  They wasted no time implementing these tools in their classrooms to increase student engagement and collaboration.

John Couch speaks to Denver Area School Superintendents Council

John Couch, the Vice President of Education at Apple, visited the Denver Area School Superintendents Council and other local educators at Xilinx last week. After a thoughtful and relevant introduction discussing technology in education from Dr. Don Haddad, Superintendent of St Vrain Valley Schools, Mr. Couch began his presentation entitled: "New Dimensions in Learning: Changing the Student Learning Experience". Mr.

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